Grapes for this wine, which is a Cabernet Franc and Kékfrankos blend, come from an old mixed vineyard in Villány. The grapes are harvested and vinified together “in the old-traditional way,” as winemaker Ipacs-Szabó recalls. The name is a play on words that literally means “drinking (is) good,” and refers to the fact that this is an easy (and good) drinking wine. There are tasty blueberry flavors and spiciness on the palate and in the aromas. Cabernet Franc adds richness to the wine, and Kékfrankos lightens it, gives balance, and makes it spicy and juicy. Ipacs-Szabó is well-known as being the head winemaker of the Vylyan Winery (one of Villány’s largest wineries), for many years. This year he was one of the finalists for the prestigious Hungarian ‘Winemaker’s Winemaker’ award. This wine, however, is his personal wine project. As the name suggests, this wine is (very) good to drink!