The name “Csókaszl” translates to “Dohlentraube” in Hungarian.
The bird’s plumage is a nod to the deep red, nearly black grape berries which make this wine unique
Hungary’s Zala region is home to a unique dry red wine called Bussay Csokaszolo.
With an earthy finish, it possesses the freshness of a Pinot Noir, but it also has its own personality.
It pairs well with Cheddar cheese, spaghetti, and grilled chicken, plus it’s vegan-friendly.
Pinot Noir-style freshness is noticeable in the wine as well as aromas of red berries and layers of red currants.