Chateau Stephanus Tokaji dry has ripe pear, white grapefruit and white pepper spice aromas on the nose. Fragrant grape and pear fruit, with the softest suggestion of honeyed sweetness, harmonises with crisp, grapefruit pith acidity and a savoury, almost saline, crushed stone character. Soft and silkily textured, the finish is zesty, spicy and very long. A touch of residual carbon dioxide gives a delicate prickle on the tongue that enhances the refreshing nature of this delicious white.
Crafted from a blend of three of the regions expressive white varietals – 85% Furmint, 10% Sárgamuskotály and 5% Kabar.
Completely unoaked, this zesty, minerally gem is a brilliantly enjoyable alternative to Sauvignon Blanc. Don’t be put off by unfamiliar grape names or regions and give it a try, we’re certain you’ll love it.