Ben says

★ Good Wine Bright ruby Pinot Noir with fragrant red berry aromas. It’s light but fresh, something echoed on the palate with its crunchy, fruity style. Tiptoes across your palate and then its gone, not quite ethereal but very easy to sip with glee.

Guerrieri Rizzardi '3 Cru' Amarone della Valpolicella Red Wine


Varietal Pinot Noir with 12.0% abv. Harvested by hand from the organic vineyard Napholdcsillag Kert. Whole cluster and crushed berries layered spontaneous fermentation for 9 days on skins, before it is gently pressed and split for fermentation to finish partially in tank and partially in barrel. Aged for a further 4 months in barrel and bottled unfiltered.

Grown in: Mór, Upper Pannon, HUNGARY.

Food Pairing

As I always say, good Pinot will go with anything. Having said that, these lighter delicate styles can be washed away if the food is particularly fatty or salty. Instead try the wine chilled with a platter of cured meats and light sheep’s cheese.

Disclosure & Price

Tasted at the Central & Eastern Europe trade tasting event. Find this for around 15 EUR from the winery, imported to the UK by Malux Wines.

Reviewed and tasted: 18/06/2024

Ben Franks Wine Tasting Note Producer Profile

About the Producer

Csetvei Pince is the namesake winery of Krisztina Csetvei, who wrote her dissertation on “Mór wine region on the wine map of Hungary” for her viticulture and winemaking degree. Csetvei has been making estate wines since the 2011 vintage.