I do believe that our Furmint adventures, alas, come to an end with this episode, the eleventh in the series (more were filmed, but I’m not sure in what context those will be cropping up; when they do I will let you know). Special thanks to all of those who were responsible for making this happen; I will treasure the memories, the wines, and the insane amount of inside jokes that were added to my already peripatetic personal narrative!
We go out strong, my friends: in this incarnation, I meet the young and social-media-savvy winemaker László Szilágyi, who hikes me up a steep vineyard, let’s me go a bit crazy with his Go Pro camera, and puts my taste-buds to the test with two of his finest Furmint wines from the Gizella Cellar label.
The wines are excellent… almost as good as the views from the top of the vineyard, and almost as fun as horsing around with a Go Pro.
I hope that you’ve enjoyed the Furmint USA video series (if you enjoyed them a tenth as much as I did making them, we will have accomplished something!).
Furmint Adventures Episode 11: Gizella Cellar
4 thoughts on “Furmint Adventures Episode 11: Gizella Cellar”
I’m loving working my way through the Furmint videos. As a video guy myself, I’d love to know a little bit about some of the production side. What kind of crew? Lighting? Approximately timetable for shooting.
Thanks Joe. Keep it coming.
Thanks, Austin! The production on the video side was done by smartfilm in Hungary, check them out at https://www.facebook.com/smartfilm?pnref=lhc Cheers!
I’ve really enjoyed these videos and am glad that you are bringing these great and under-appreciated wines to a wider audience. It’s always great to see the places that these wines come from!
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