We went to this Valley which is practically of street of different wine cellars and stopped right at the first one (I think Number 2). It's name is worth being remembered: Dobo Borpince. There was a fantastic lady, who spoke in nearly all languages something and knew this business by heart. She didn't only recommended excellent wines to us, but she also told us about their story and history. We found out interesting details about the place, about naming the different wines and about their taste. She even gave us a bottle of white (Traminer) for free - thanking for our patience.
She also offered to serve some nibblings to the wine (no peanuts, think Hungarian).
It was a pity that she was alone at that night and had at least 25 people to serve so she couldn't spend more time with us. But her presence was a delight there.
Good wine (their Syraz and Traminer to be tried), good atmosphere (cold in winter though, but authentic Hungarian wine cellar), good company, good price.
If you weren't in a place like this, you don't know anything about Hungary and Hungarians.
We are going to go back there for sure.
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