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Wine Name: Harslevelű, pronouced “HARSH-leh-veh-LOO,” means linden leaf.
Color straw yellow. Lemon-lime nose, almost like the smell of Buddha Hand lemon. On the palate, vibrant acidity that coils around flavors of dried lemon curd, stone dust, and white flowers.
Pairing: Perfect wine with oysters, shellfish with a little vinegar, and white fleshed fish such as Chesapeake Bay Rockfish.
Fermented in stainless steel, temperature controlled. Aged in wood for 2 months. Only 91 cases are produced. Half a hectar at a miniscule 20 hectoliters per hectar.