When booking, choose a 3pm tasting time, then make your way to The Tasting Table, located at Bródy Sándor utca 9, Budapest 1088. Admire the 19th-century wine cellar's vaulted ceilings, under which you'll meet the resident sommelier. This wine expert will be your guide for the entire 1.5-hour tasting experience, and is open to any questions you may have about the wine or wine-making regions.
Hear about the artisanal cheese and charcuterie revival in Hungary after the end of the Communist era. Taste some of the country’s best examples, including beef sausage, smoked duck breast, free-range water buffalo salami, and mangalica pork sausages. Sip five glasses of wine made from indigenous Hungarian grape varietals, including some local wines that are hard to find elsewhere.