Hungary's unique terroir, which includes volcanic soil and a temperate continental climate, provides ideal conditions for growing a range of grape varieties. Hungary is known for its sweet Tokaji wines, made from the Furmint and Hárslevelű grape varieties, as well as dry white wines made from Olaszrizling and Chardonnay. The country's wine regions include Tokaj, Eger, and Villány, each known for their unique winemaking traditions and grape varieties. Hungarian winemaking incorporates a strong emphasis on quality and tradition, however modern winemaking techniques have been embraced, resulting in a range of exciting and innovative wines. Discover the flavors of this dynamic winemaking country today and experience the very best of Central European winemaking.