2013 Royal Tokaji Nyulaszo, Tokaji Aszu 6 Puttonyos, Royal Tokaji Company (50CL)

Hungary Tokaj

The 2013 Tokaji Nyulászó 6-Puttonyos has a more floral bouquet than the Blue or Gold Label, almost Chenin Blanc–like, with hints of wet wool filtering through the scents of dried honey and walnut. The palate is fresh and lively on the entry, viscous and slightly creamy in texture, and the acidity is well judged. The slightly conservative finish should develop personality with age. Very fine. Tasted at the Royal Tokaji Company tasting in London.

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2013 Royal Tokaji Nyulaszo, Tokaji Aszu 6 Puttonyos, Royal Tokaji Company (50CL)

The 2013 Tokaji Nyulászó 6-Puttonyos has a more floral bouquet than the Blue or Gold Label, almost Chenin Blanc–like, with hints of wet wool filtering through the scents of dried honey and walnut. The palate is fresh and lively on the entry, viscous and slightly creamy in texture, and the acidity is well judged. The slightly conservative finish should develop personality with age. Very fine. Tasted at the Royal Tokaji Company tasting in London.

Hungary Tokaj
Producer The Royal Tokaji Company
Region Tokaj
Country Hungary
Grape Variety Furmint
Vintage 2013
Colour White

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The 2013 Tokaji Nyulászó 6-Puttonyos has a more floral bouquet than the Blue or Gold Label, almost Chenin Blanc–like, with hints of wet wool filtering through the scents of dried honey and walnut. The palate is fresh and lively on the entry, viscous and slightly creamy in texture, and the acidity is well judged. The slightly conservative finish should develop personality with age. Very fine. Tasted at the Royal Tokaji Company tasting in London.

91 Points / Drinking 2028 - 2045

By Neal Martn / July 2019