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The Lapis Vineyard is near the town of Bodrogkeresztúr and looks down onto the Bodrog River and its floodplains. Despite being near to all of this moisture, Botrytis only hits certain parts of the vineyard. The 0.7 hectare that they farm is 155m up and in a breezy spot making dry wines possible. The soil is a mixture of rhyolite with strong brown clay soil and tufa. If there were to be reclassification of the Tokaji vineyards, this would be a strong contender for a Great Growth.
Tokaj is the oldest and most well known wine region in Hungary with sweet wines grown on volcanic soil covering a loess-rich volcanic subsoil. Tokaj also produces world class, aromatic dry white wines made from the Furmint and Hárslevelü grapes.
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