Located right next to the Austrian border of Hungary and the neighboring Burgenland wine region, the Sopron region’s climate is cool and windy like its neighbor across the Fertő lake (Neusiedlersee). However, the southern Hungarian side of the lake is protected from the northern cool air by a chain of mountains, so the style of Sopron wines is subtly rounder and juicier than their Austrian counterparts. Wines from Sopron are usually smooth, earthy and mellow. Many Austrian winemakers have (re)discovered the vineyards of Sopron, and the region is now a pioneer in biodynamic and organic winemaking in Hungary. Kékfrankos (Blaufränkisch) is the main grape variety of the region.

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