Toronto-based John Szabo, Canadaâ€™s only accredited master of wine, has gone on the record suggesting that one Old World wine country to watch in 2007 is Hungary.â€śWatch out for KĂ©kfrankos, the grape of the future,â€ť Szabo says in his year-end newsletter highlighting the â€śbest and worst of all things.â€ťAlthough he says he has a personal interest in the country, having purchased a small vineyard in Eger in late 2003, Szabo is effusive in his praise for the Hungarian wine industry as a ...
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