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The wine region in Hungary lies at the eastern end of the north bank of the Balaton (Balaton). The vineyards on slate, sand and limestone, with iron oxide reddish soil cover around 2,300 hectares of vineyards. The area is divided into two areas named after the main towns, the wines of Balatonfüred are more alcoholic. The main grape varieties are Chardonnay, Olaszrizling (Welschriesling), Ottonel Muskotály (Muskat-Ottonel), Rajniarizling (Rheinriesling), Rizlingszilváni (Müller-Thurgau), Sauvignon Blanc, Tramini and Zweigelt. Well-known producers are Figula Mihály and Jásdi István.
The most important grape varieties
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