This made from the Ezerjo grape in the Mor region of Hungary. The wine is fermented in small Hungarian oak barrels for three months before being transferred to stainless steel. Light yellow/gold in color, clear and bright. The nose has lemons, oranges and underlying minerals. A bit of smoke, too. On the palate, this has crisp acidity. Medium bodied. Oranges and grapefruits with lots of minerality. Very tasty but it begs for food. This should drink well for the next five to seven years. It will work with cheeses very nicely and most lighter foods.