53% Szerémi Zöld, 17% Bakator, 17% Slankamenka, 3% Olaszrizling, 10% Kevidinka
Technically Maurer is in the Subotičko – Horgoškoj region in northern Serbia, but it was formerly a part of Hungary’s Csongrád up until 1920. The population is mostly Hungarian and viticulture knows no borders.
Olaszrizling macerated for 3-5 days. Aged in large Hungarian oak
Bottled unfined and unfiltered with a touch of SO2 at bottling (20ppm)
“Lud” means Goose in Hungarian and Crazy in Serbian. There’s an old Hungarian expression, “Ha
lúd, legyen kövér!” that literally translates to “If it’s a goose, let it be fat.” In other words, if you’re going
to go big, go big in all respects. This pretty much sums up this wine.
Every drinking on it's own!