Juliet Victor is a relatively new estate and was founded in 2015 by József Váradi. Located in the heart of Hungary’s Tokaj region, in the historic town of Mád, Juliet Victor has 25 hectares of some of the highest quality and most historically significant areas. Juliet Victor produces linear, mineral-driven wines which emphasise the volcanic terroir and express the individual qualities of each of the vineyards.
Low sulphur and no additives.
Wine is made from native grape variety of Kekfrankos (Blaufränkisch), organically grown on volcanic slopes of Lake Balaton in Hungary. Label is a calligraphy artwork drawn by a double-amputee Japanese artist. All packaging materials like bottle, screwcap, labels are recycled and sourced from local producers to minimise carbon-footprint.
The Unwritten Poem Blaufrankisch has firm fresh and fragrant notes with lovely fruit. Richly succulent, graceful, decadent, ethereal – this deeply fruity wine has velvety texture, lifted by complex notes of lush plum and tobacco leaf, blood orange and tellicherry pepper, interwoven with fine tannin and minerality from signature volcanic terroir of Badacsony.
Try with rare duck breast salad, This Isn’t Bacon Plant-Based Rashers packed in a sandwich with Portobello mushroom, mustard and brown sauce is a must, or bratwurst!