Budapest Wine Festival organisers always offers a great variety of the finest wines of Hungary’s best winemakers along with foreign wines. This wide range includes prize winning wines from winemakers who have won awards and medals at well known domestic and international competitions. They are also happy to answer questions and give advice to event guests.
Organisers told Sportseconds.com:
Visitors can enjoy 4 days of cultural and musical entertainment. Folk dance and music, jazz and the most popular Hungarian bands of world music will create memorable moments during the festival.
The Harvest Parade – Folk Music and Dance Gala, a colourful, appealing mix of dance and music in honour of grape growers and winemakers, is to be held on 10 September at Buda Castle, offering a real sight and celebratory atmosphere to summon up the fun of the harvests in the past.
The participants consist of folk dance assembles from wine regions concerned in their special folk dress, prominent persons and members of wine orders and associations of wine lovers.
The guest country of the Budapest Wine Festival in 2017 is Chile. This year, our guests can get familiar with this extraordinarily rich heritage of winemaking and the immense variability that the wine trade from Chile has to offer.
This year again, Budapest Wine Festival will offer special gastronomic delights made of domestic quality ingredients focusing on the flavours of the cuisine of the guest country. Old recipes revised, hand crafted traditional products and lively bistro cuisine will all be on offer at Buda Castle.
Explore the Tastes of Hungary on Budapest Wine Festival! This joyful professional program that draws the attention to the vividness of Hungarian wines and the uniqueness of the local grape varieties can be enjoyed by anyone. Through the thematic wine tasting routes wine lovers can taste various wines made of Hungarian grape varieties and other wine specialities which are specific to Hungary.
The Butlers Wine Quiz Bar, which is an interactive tent set up by Butlers interior design, is now an indispensable part of the Wine Festival. Here you can find numerous interesting things in connection with wine.
Men and women with little children can enjoy and relax during Budapest Wine Festival. Besides the traditional childminding service with playground, free entertainment will be waiting for the little ones and their parents as well.
Tickets are available on the spot for 3,200 HUF, and at a discount price by early bird registration on the website of the Wine Festival. The daily wristband includes a crystal glass and textile bag for the glass, too!
List of exhibitors
September 7 14:00 – 24:00 Thursday
September 8 14:00 – 24:00 Friday
September 9 12:00 – 24:00 Saturday
September 10 12:00 – 22:00 Sunday
Daily ticket – 2 750 HUF
Daily ticket w/ Limited Edition glass – 3 300 HUF
4-day ticket – 4 500 HUF
4-day ticket – w/ Limited Edition glass – 5 000 HUF
Ticket offices close 1 hour prior closing times.