Eva’s Vineyard

I post a lot about vineyards across Eastern Europe that are worth a visit but unfortunately, all too often, it is difficult to get hold of the produce in the UK.  However, Waitrose currently stock a wonderful, dry, crisp, white Hungarian wine.  It’s perfect for easy drinking, cooking or served with light meats, poultry etc. or fish.

evaWhat Waitrose Says:

Eva’s Vineyard Chenin Blanc / Pinot Grigio / Királyleányka 2008 Neszmély Region, Hungary

Easy drinking and fruity white from the Hungarian hills.

Made from some of Hungary’s best white varietals, Chenin Blanc, Pinot Grigio and Királyleányka, and specially blended for an easy fruity style. The winemaker, Eva Keresztury, has given her name to this wine made especially for Waitrose.

Bottle: £3.79

Case of 12: £45.48

More information

Alcohol by volume: 12% vol

Award – IWSC medal: Bronze (2008 vintage)

Bottle size: 75cl

Closure type: Screwcap

Exclusive to Waitrose: Yes

Grape varieties: Pinot Grigio / Chenin Blanc / Királyleányka

Style: Dry white wine

Suitable for vegetarians & vegans: Yes

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Hungarian Wild Carrot

Re-balance, hydrate and repair this summer with the introduction of three limited edition retail facial oils from Molton Brown.  As used in the professional spas, these oils are now available in emporia and will offer a nourishing treatment for dry, tired or combination skin. Housed in glass bottles, the three additions will be an indulgent accompaniment to any skincare regime.

The exclusive in-emporia range will also be used in the in-emporia facials. Combining globally inspired oils, which contain active ingredients from Tunisia, Somalia and Hungary – each will promise a unique sensory experience.

Hungarian Wild Carrot Repairing Facial Oil, £39
Repair and revitalise tired skin when you have enjoyed a little too much tokaj or are exhausted from stirring a vat of goulash!This oil is a deeply vitalising and hydrating treatment for tired or stressed-looking skin.Essential oils of wild carrot, bergamot and cedarwood help to combat visible signs of ageing, leaving skin feeling firmer and energised.Active ingredients include Israeli peach kernel and Somalian frankincense.


For best results, use the facial oils at night after cleansing.Warm a few drops between palms, inhale the aroma and gently sweep across the face, neck and décolletage in an upward motion, avoiding the eye area.

The range of facial oils is available from all UK emporia or at www.moltonbrown.co.uk.

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