Vinography Images: Magic Hill

Once an underwater volcano, the tiny hill of Somló in Hungary is home to some of the world’s most compelling volcanic wines, some made with the appellation’s indigenous grape Juhfark. This view of the hill in spring shows the many small huts that are used on weekends, holidays, and when work needs to get done by winemakers who almost all live elsewhere. Most of the huts are quite primitive, without electricity and sometimes without running water, but they provide a shady place to rest or gather with the family and enjoy views of the surrounding countryside.

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