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Miki is a wine journalist with a lot of inside information about the wine. It was a joy to answer his trick questions, taste the wines and the time just flew by. It's very genuine and not pretentious, which is the Hungarian way. I'd recommend this to anyone who's in Budapest (single, couples, etc). The wine cellar location is filled by locals and a walk away from the touristic districts, so even after you have your wine tasting you can go explore.

Budapest: Hungarian Wine Tasting Experience Reviewed by daniel, 02/26/2020

Very, very convenient and easy way to use all the public transportation you want, especially the trams running up and down the Danube. Lots of good museums and activities, too. Be careful if you book baths on line, for example. There was no way to get the 20% off offered by the Budacard when we booked the Gellert Baths on-line. And the funincular (supposed to be 100% off) is no longer part of the program.

We had a very nice Hungarian wine tasting experience! We got to taste some different Hungarian wines (white,rosé, dessert wine and red wine). Miklos is a real winelover who can tell very much about these wines and is very passionate about his work. When you like to learn something about Hungarian wines and love nice wines, you should definitely do this on your stay in Budapest!

Budapest: Hungarian Wine Tasting Experience Reviewed by Chantal, 02/14/2020

Daniel is an excellent tour guide! There was a lot of thought put into the tour. Daniel was really good at explaining the theory of communism and the different extremities of communism in Hungary. His personal stories really helped me to understand what it must have been like living in a communist country.

Great wine tasting experience! Hungary has a lot to offer when it comes to wine and Miki is the man to show you what you’re missing. Some truly unique wines to sample and Miki talks you through each one with incredible knowledge and funny anecdotes. Highly recommend to anyone visiting Budapest.

Budapest: Hungarian Wine Tasting Experience Reviewed by Rebecca, 02/15/2020