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Dinner & Wine Tasting

Wines from István Bodri

11th of April, 2013

at 7 p.m.

7900 HUF/person including wines

We present this unique dinner with wines from the cellar of István Bodri, famous Hungarian wine-maker from Szekszárd. Host and star guest of the evening - István Bodri. We had the great honor organizing this special event together with the European Order of Knights of Wine. The restaurant's chef just for the occasion tasted the carefully selected wines and individually created mouthwatering, authentic menu full of Hungarian specialties. After the dinner our guests will have the possibility to buy the loved wines at discount prices directly from the winemaker with his own signature.


1. Civilis white QV 2011 (Olaszrizling, Rajnai rizling, Rizlingszilváni)


2. Sauvignon Blanc 2011

Fresh crispy baby lettuce leaves glazed with olive oil and Modena balsamic served with chicken breast and walnut pâté

3. Kékfrankos Rozi 2012

Roasted duck fillet marinated in Sichuan pepper

4. Kadarka 2011 (Wine of the President of Hungary)

Lamb confit, served on beans base seasoned with thyme and tomato

5. Faluhely Kékfrankos Selection 2009

Beef roulade wrapped in beech smoked bacon, finished with Kékfrankos red wine reduction, served with home-fried potato Röstis

6. Faluhely Merlot Prémium Selection 2009

Belgian chocolate mousse with English cream

Venue: Krúdy Hall of the Vörös Postakocsi Restaurant

For table reservation: tel.: (1)2176756, website or e-mail:

A view at the István Bodri’s winery in the village of Faluhely, Hungary.