Pannonhalmi Apatsagi Pinceszet, Pannonhalmi Apatsagi Pinceszet…trips off the tongue, doesn’t it? Try saying it 3 times real fast!
I would join you, but I far prefer drinking it. And drink it I did, when my husband brought a bottle home on recommendation from our ever-dependable neighborhood wine shop proprietress. "Your wife likes Gewurtzaminer, right? Here, try this."
Hailing from Pannonhalma, Hungary, Drink Up New York reports that this wine is grown in a single vineyard, and fermented in stainless steel. Dry and perfectly acidic, this is a wine that we will be coming back to this summer. At $12.99 per bottle here in Brooklyn, I have no problem with my husband straying from the $10 and under section when coming home with a treat like this.