The most fascinating, beautiful and bizarre wine you’ll have this year: dry Szamorodni, made from the Furmint and Hárslevelü grapes in Tokaj, Hungary, by one of the region’s undisputed masters. Don’t let the Hungarian accents deter you here; greatness is in store for you. Sometimes while trying to make a sweet Tokaj, a thin veil of yeast grows naturally over the wine, just like in a Sherry or Vin Jaune from the Jura. This is different, though; no caramel notes, and more raw almonds, fresh hazelnuts, wild honey, saffron, and the herbs you’ll taste in heaven. Serve with the barest of chills.