This is a doubly unique wine: it’s a Siller-style wine made from a rare Hungarian grape. Néro is the only Hungarian red variety used both as a table grape and a wine grape. But it’s rare to see a quality wine actually produced from this variety. Siller is a type of wine that is neither a rosé, nor a red wine—it is somewhere in between. It has contact with the skins for a longer time than a rosé, but not long enough to get enough color to be a red. Depending on who is drinking it, it could be called a darker rose or a lighter red. Szentpéteri Winery produces this wine in the Great Plain region, between the Danube and the Tisza rivers. It’s a beautiful red-cherry color, with intense aromas of ripe cranberries, lemongrass, mint, and pomegranate syrup. On the palate, it is dry with fresh acidity and a generous, rich texture, reminding us to consider it more like a light red than a rosé. This wine is the perfect companion for goat cheese with red-fruit jam, warm Camembert cheese, salad with pomegranate and pistachios or, in the best case scenario, a lot of friends and pizza.