Top 100 wines of P&eacutecs

Discover the top 100 best wines of P&eacutecs of P&eacutecs as well as the best winemakers in the region. Explore the varietals of the wines that are popular of P&eacutecs and the best vintages to taste in this region.

Discovering the wine region of P&eacutecs

The wine region of Pécs is located in the region of Dél-Pannónia of Hungary. Wineries and vineyards like the Domaine Matias or the Domaine Ebner produce mainly wines red, white and pink. The most planted grape varieties in the region of Pécs are Merlot, Cabernet franc and Pinot noir, they are then used in wines in blends or as a single variety. On the nose of Pécs often reveals types of flavors of oak, black fruit or dried fruit and sometimes also flavors of earth, red fruit or microbio.

In the mouth of Pécs is a powerful with a nice balance between acidity and tannins. We currently count 8 estates and châteaux in the of Pécs, producing 28 different wines in conventional, organic and biodynamic agriculture. The wines of Pécs go well with generally quite well with dishes of veal, pork or game (deer, venison).

News from the vineyard of P&eacutecs

Walls: Tasting the classic 2001 Guigal La Las

Like many teenagers, I was obsessed with movies when I was growing up. When I see original posters today for films I enjoyed back then, the effect is immediate – a glance somehow conjures the story, the characters and the emotional impact all at once. Today, wine labels can have a similar effect. And what more iconic labels are there in the Rhône than Guigal’s single vineyard Côte-Rôties? When I see the red and gold label of La Mouline, it has the same effect as when I’m confronted with the post ...

Walls: Discovering St-Joseph estate Martine & Christian Rouchier

A couple of weeks ago, I was looking up at some terraced vineyards in St-Joseph with an Australian friend. He remarked that he’d never seen a steep vineyard like this in his home country. Who could afford to rip out the trees, build the access roads, construct the terraces, and plant the vines, without being certain beforehand that the resulting wine could be sold at prices high enough to recoup the investment? It might not be the most romantic way of looking at it. But that’s the modern reality ...

Andrew Jefford: ‘The gifts of Bacchus hold our gaze like a procession’

Do growers make wine – or do markets? Growers, of course. Yet markets define the scope of the grower’s creative efforts by what they reward or sanction. When markets are neglectful and unresponsive, there’s little the grower can do but conform. It’s a problem the world over. Here’s an example. The river Moselle/Mosel rises to the wet west of the Vosges mountains, then curves in a long green arc heading north through Epinal, Metz and (along the left bank) Luxembourg’s Grand Duchy, turning east at ...