Oh Hungary, you're becoming (if not already) my favorite wine region. And producer Bodrog Bormuhely is making me fall in love again and again. Owners Hajduz and Farkas are maintaining tiny parcels of historically great sites and creating modern takes on classic dry wines. 155m up puts the vineyard at a breezy spot, strong brown clay soil and tufa lend to a mineral richness, and fermenting and aging in Hungarian oak gives to the perfect amount of creaminess. Sweet aromatics, a bit of spice on the palate, and a weighty texture balanced with great acidity. This is giving Chenin Blanc a run for its money. Grab a bottle, fall in love with me.