Zenit

Zenit is a rare white-wine variety developed in 1951 by Hungarian viticulturist Dr. Ferenc Kiraly, who crossed Ezerjo, a local variety, with Bouvier, a grape cultivated in modern-day Slovenia. The grape is ideal for off-dry as well as sweet late-harvest wines.

All Zenit Wines:

Gallay
Bistronauta White

2015
A fresh and fruity blend of 60% Pinot blanc, 40% Zenit. Zenit is an Hungarian... more >
$16.95   Sold out
Gallay
Blanc

2013
A blend of 50% Pinot Blanc, 50% Zenit. Zenit is an Hungarian white grape vari... more >
$29.95