Our Notes: “Öröm”, means “Joy” and is an apt description of the experience the wine gives. The 2011 was made from a blend of Pinot Noir harvested light and early and Kadarka, and Kékfrankos allowed to hang until October. Pale in the glass Öröm has the zippiness one craves from rosé while the ripe Kadarka and Kékfrankos give fully developed aromatics of wild strawberries and the exotic spice notes these indigenous Hungarian varieties are celebrated for. A tremendous value with loads more style than your typical dry rosé. Pair with salmon or any light, well seasoned dish.