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The cellar row of the Gombos-hegyi Pincesor in Tokaj Hegyalja is part of the World Heritage site—and deservedly so. Situated on the edge of Hercegkút.
© György Darabos

Tokaj Wine Region, Hungary

Tokaj, Hungary
The Tokaj Wine Region is home to some of Hungary's most beloved varieties of wine. The region is spread over a romantic landscape of cellar labyrinths, vines and slopes, nestled at the foothills of the Zemplén Mountains. Its winemaking history dates back over a thousand years. The most famous variety, Aszú – was described by Louis XV of France as ‘Vinum Regum, Rex Vinorum' - the Wine of Kings, King of Wines.