Postcard from Hungary: Bogács

Postcard from Hungary: Bogács

Famous for its thermal bath and wine cellars, the village of Bogács has long been a countryside escape for holidaying Hungarians. The village is located in northeast Hungary, in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county and has a population of 2,700.

VinCE: Sensory Notes from Budapest’s Biggest Wine Show

VinCE: Sensory Notes from Budapest’s Biggest Wine Show

What do world-class wines, beautiful people and luxurious settings have in common? At VinCE Budapest, last week, all three converged creating a feast for the senses. Set in the five-star Corinthia Hotel, this annual wine show showcased some of Hungary’s best vintners along with a few foreign contingencies to boot. From vivid, mineral rich whites to soulful reds, I experienced a diverse spread of Magyar made wine. Over 160 exhibitors participated and some of the industries big names were on hand for masterclasses and lectures over three days.

Postcard From Hungary: Hortobágy National Park

Postcard From Hungary: Hortobágy National Park

Steeped in legend and cultural heritage, the Hortobágy is part of the Alföld Great Plain, the largest semi-natural grassland in all of Europe. This place combines an almost eerie stillness with vast open space, and big skies which conjure up America’s wild west.

The Paprika Project is back.

The Paprika Project is back.

Last summer I stopped writing. I stopped taking photos, exploring Hungary and sharing it with the world. I stopped creating. These things happen. Last summer was a season of sweat and concrete. Literally wheel barrow loads full of both. I became well acquainted with my father-in-law’s ‘furik’ or depending where you’re from, ‘talicska’.