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(2019) Irsai Olivér last featured on these pages over a decade ago, when it was a summer standby of mine. I guess it must have been trending in at least a minor way, because I cannot remember seeing one since the early 2000s. Thank goodness for The Daily Drinker, always in search of the  unusual, for bringing us this very good example. It has the floral, Muscat/Torrontes character that is typical of the variety, but here an interesting, more attacking dill and pea-shoot herbaceous character adds a bit of oomph, and it is sliced through with tangy lemon acidity to leave it brisk, clean, and mouth-watering.
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