|상품명||Tokaji Dominium Aszú 6 puttonyos
토카이 도미니움 아수 6푸토뇨
white high quality dessert wine00000
토카이 와인에서 당도 등급을 보통 3푸토뇨 부터 6푸토뇨까지 매기는데 최고 등급의 6푸토뇨 입니다. 푸토뇨 (puttonyo)는 원래 '소쿠리'를 의미하는 헝가리어로 1푸토뇨는 약 25키로그램 분량을 의미하며, 와인 배럴에 6소쿠리 (약 150kg) 만큼의 Aszu 베리를 섞어서 와인을 빚은게 6푸토뇨 입니다. 이 500 ml의 작은병에 75그람 이상의 잔류 당분이 있습니다. (리터당 150그람) 디저트 와인으로 적합하고 보관 기간은 반영구적이라고 할 수 있습니다. 고급스런 맛과 포장은 귀한 분들을 위한 선물로도 적합합니다.
헝가리 특산물인 아수 포도주로 낼수 있는 당도로는 최고로 높은 가장 농축된 당도입니다.
디저트 와인으로 적합하고 보관 기간은 영구적이라고 할 수 있습니다.
고급스런 맛과 포장은 귀한 분들을 위한 선물로도 적합합니다.
|상품요약정보||• 바코드: 5999880469050
• 알콜함량: 10.5%
• 포장단위: 500 ml/병, 6병/1상자
• 원산지: 헝가리
• Taste: 포도주로 낼수 있는 최고의 당도
프랑스 루이 15세가 와인중의 왕이요, 왕의 와인 (vinum regum rex vinorum) 이라고 칭한 토카이 아수 최고 6등급 와인 입니다.토카이 아수 와인의 당도 등급을 보통 3푸토뇨 부터 6푸토뇨까지 매기는데 최고 등급의 6푸토뇨 입니다.
It is not known for how long vines have been grown on the volcanic soil of the fork of the rivers Bodrog and Hernád. This predates the settlement of the Magyar tribes to the region. According to legend, the first aszú was made by Laczkó Máté Szepsi in 1630. However, mention of wine made from aszú grapes had already appeared in the Nomenklatura of Fabricius Balázs Sziksai which was completed in 1576. A recently discovered inventory of aszú predates this reference by five years.
Tokaji wine became the subject of the world's first appellation control, established several decades before Port wine, and over 120 years before the classification of Bordeaux. Vineyard classification began in 1730 with vineyards being classified into three categories depending on the soil, sun exposure and potential to develop noble rot, botrytis cinerea, first class, second class and third class wines. A royal decree in 1757 established a closed production district in Tokaj. The classification system was completed by the national censuses of 1765 and 1772.
In 1920, following the fall of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, a small part of the Tokaj wine region (approx. 1.75 km²) became part of Czechoslovakia due to the Treaty of Trianon, while the rest remained part of Hungary. After World War II, when Hungary became a Soviet-influenced state, Tokaji production continued with as many as 6,000 small producers, but the bottling and distribution were monopolized by the state-owned organization. Since the collapse of the communist regimes in 1990, a number of independent wineries have been established in the Tokaj wine region. A state-owned producer continues to exist and handles approximately 20% of the overall production.
Voivode Stephen the Great of Moldavia was said to be a very big fan of Tokay wines. He introduced to Moldavia the Kövérszőlő cultivar, that lead to the development of Grasă de Cotnari wine.
Tokaji has since the 18th century been known as "Vinum Regum, Rex Vinorum" ("Wine of Kings, King of Wines"), an epithet sometimes attributed to King Louis XIV of France. In 1703, Francis Rákóczi II, Prince of Transylvania, gave Louis XIV some Tokaji wine from his Tokaj estate as a gift. The Tokaji wine was served at the French Royal court at Versailles, where it became known as Tokay.
Emperor Franz Josef (who was also King of Hungary) had a tradition of sending Queen Victoria Tokaji Aszú wine, as a gift, every year on her birthday, one bottle for every month she had lived, twelve for each year. On her eighty-first and final birthday (1900), this totaled an impressive 972 bottles.
Tokaji wine has received accolades from numerous great writers and composers including Beethoven, Liszt, Schubert, Goethe, Heinrich Heine, Friedrich von Schiller, Bram Stoker, Johann Strauss II, and Voltaire. The composer Joseph Haydn's favorite wine was Tokaji. Besides Louis XIV, several other European monarchs are known to have been keen consumers of the wine. Louis XV and Frederick the Great tried to outdo one another when they treated guests such as Voltaire with Tokaji. Napoleon III, the last Emperor of the French, ordered 30–40 barrels of Tokaji at the French Royal Court every year. Pope Pius IV. (1499–1565) at the Council of Trient in 1562, exclaimed: Summum pontificem talia vina decent! (This is the type of wine that should be on the papal table). Gustav III, King of Sweden, loved Tokaji – it has been said he never had any other wine to drink. In Russia, customers included Peter the Great and Empress Elizabeth of Russia. A newspaper account of the 1933 wedding of Polish president Ignacy Mościcki notes that toasts were made with 250-year-old wines, and goes on to say "The wine, if good, could only have been Essence of Tokay, and the centuries-old friendship between Poland and Hungary would seem to support this conclusion."