Hungary's wine growing regions tend to be in cooler climates, therefore it's a perfect place for Pinot. Its best growing regions are situated with southern exposures to maximize ripening potential. Our Pinot Grigio is crafted from grapes grown on the gentle slopes of Hungary's Matra region, which lies northwest of Budapest and just southeast of Hungary's famed Tokaj wine region. Known for its mix of limestone and volcanic soils and southern exposure, this area is a major wine producing region, a perfect climate for growing "Szürkebarat", or as we know it, Pinot Grigio. Wines in this area are often made in hand-dug cellars built right into the mountain side, guaranteeing a cold fermentation process. Our distinctive medium-bodied Pinot Grigio has floral aromas and citrus flavors. Its soft finish makes this truly a food-friendly wine.
About the Octavin
Octavin Home Wine Bar's patent-pending package design prevents oxidation. Every glass tastes as fresh and flavorful as if the wine was just opened, even up to six weeks after your first sip. It's the perfect choice for those interested in just one glass with dinner.
Octavin Home Wine Bar's innovative design allows us to invest in making great wine, not expensive packaging. By eliminating heavy glass and expensive cork and closures, we reduce the cost of packaging and shipping, and pass on those savings to you. While each Octavin contains the equivalent of four standard bottles of distinctive artisan wine, you often end up paying the price of just three bottles.
So go ahead and break the glass habit--and mother nature just might thank you for it. By choosing Octavin Home Wine Bar over four carbon-inefficient heavy glass bottles, you reduce packaging waste by at least 85% and carbon emissions by 55%.
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