This is, arguably, Hungary’s most concentrated, rich, full-bodied Kékfrankos. This wine comes from Nagy Eged hill, Eger’s most prestigious vineyard. The Nagy Eged hill has Eger’s highest altitude, around 500 meters, and is the only place in the region where the base soil is limestone. The hill is divided into two vineyards: the Nagy Eged and the Nagy Eged Hill (the upper part). This wine comes from the most desirable part, the upper section. This wine is aged for three years in Hungarian and French oak barrels (80 percent of the barrels were new). It’s a beautiful wine, with aromas of blackberries, black currants, cassis, and cloves. It benefits from decanting. This is a collector’s piece.