Toronto-based John Szabo, Canada’s only accredited master of wine, has gone on the record suggesting that one Old World wine country to watch in 2007 is Hungary.“Watch out for Kékfrankos, the grape of the future,” Szabo says in his year-end newsletter highlighting the “best and worst of all things.”Although 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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