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Dobogó is a small, family-run winery which operates on five hectares of first-growth vineyards in the volcanic heartland of Tokaj, near the village of Mád. Dobogó is co-owned by Izabella Zwack and winemaker Attila Domokos, who share the same vision of presenting to Hungary and the world their fresh, vibrant, exciting expression of Tokaji wines – both in the “aszú” style and the drier styles – while remaining faithful to Tokaj’s historic tradition of excellence. The vineyards, planted with Furmint, Hárslevelű and Muscat Lunel atop soils of volcanic origin, are farmed using biodynamic principles. Spur pruning is used to restrict yields. The different vineyard sites, including the 30-year-old Betsek and Szent Tamás vineyards, are situated around the village of Mád and are all classified ‘First Growth‘. Dobogó are best known for their botrytised Tokaji Aszú 6 Puttonyos and “Mylitta” Noble Late Harvest, a more young and vibrant wine at around 120 g/l residual sugar. Their dry Furmint is also extraordinarily expressive and is a superb value alternative to white Burgundy, with a peach and pear fruit character and a solid backbone of acidity.

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Golden in colour, this wine opens with concentrated aromas of blossom, candied pineapple and apricot, accompanied by refreshing citrus notes. The palate is sweet and rich but with a clear structure, creamy texture and balanced acidity.

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This Tokaji is deep gold in colour and wonderfully expressive on the nose with notes of dates, mangoes and apricots. On the palate, there are flavours of grapefruit and honey with a great mineral acidity balancing the intense sweetness. A truly superb example of why Tokaj is one of the world's great sweet wines.