Our Notes: While the Eged-Hegy is a single vineyard selection, the Egri comes from a number of different sites from lower elevations. Slightly lighter in body and alcohol, this is a crazy value for a wine so reflective of Eger’s soil and climate. Do not confuse these wines with the delicately perfumed Pfneiszl Kékfrankos along the Austrian border. This blend is brooding and pungent. Benefitting with a little air to awaken the aromatics this is a perfect introduction to the limestone based Kékfrankos that has made Eger one of the most famous red wine regions in Hungary.