This wine is a reminder that outstanding wine can still be made in difficult vintages. 2014 was probably Tokaj’s worst year in the last few decades, with most of the harvest lost due to abundant rain. Only twenty percent of Füleky’s vineyards were harvested, and no Tokaji Aszú was produced that year. The grapes are from three vineyards, and were harvested on October 29th (very late for a dry wine), with extremely low yields. Only 20 hectoliters were produced per hectare, compared to the usual 60. This wine was fermented and aged in Hungarian oak barrels, and is showing the greatness of an aged Furmint. It is golden-colored, with aromas of dried chamomile, medicinal herbs, vanilla, baked golden apples, and warm spices. It is creamy and fresh, with flavors of vanilla pudding, apple pie, nutmeg, and toffee. This wine is sill standing strong after six years, and its flavors are long-lingering. Recently, Jancis Robinson recommended it in the Financial Times. Enjoy it with cheese, roasted meats, and creamy potato dishes.