Cellar notes: Hungarian wine's Celtic roots

Cellar notes: Hungarian wine's Celtic roots

The grand boulevards of Budapest resound with the clatter of Irish voices as cheap, direct flights and low property prices lure investors east.

The grand boulevards of Budapest resound with the clatter of Irish voices as cheap, direct flights and low property prices lure investors east.

For most, Hungary is a land of castles, sweet wines and fine cakes, but once upon a time, large portions of this country were ours – or at least our Celtic forefathers.

Long before the Magyars seized Hungary in 896 AD, most of the Hungarian wine-producing regions were Celtic territories.

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