This wine from the Szentpéteri Winery is another rare man-made Hungarian variety. Generosa is a crossing of the Ezerjó and Piros Tramini varieties, and it’s mostly planted in the great-plain area (called the Kunság region). The Kunság region is flat, and has mostly sandy soil, due mainly to movement of the Danube River, which has left sandy deposits between the two rivers for thousands of years. Vineyards in the sand help prevent the spread of quicksand, and vines (unlike other crops) are able to thrive in this type of soil. The sandy soil also heats up quickly, helping the grapes ripen. Though the area has long been known for its large wineries producing mass-market wines, there are some interesting winemakers to look out for lately, including the Szentpéteri Winery. This wine has soft aromas of white flowers, quince, and nectarine, with a soft rosé-petal finish.