As I mentioned before, Hungary is a country with a rich wine culture. The two probably most famous wines are “Tokaji” (wine from Tokaj) and Egri Bikavér (“Bull Blood” from Eger). Tokaji is a sweet, white dessert wine, and Bikavér is a quite heavy, full-bodied, dry red wine. In communist times the wine culture in Hungary got a bit destroyed, because quantity was rated over quality. But since then it is recovering pretty fast with also a lot of young winemakers coming up.
And here are some watercolour grapes to illustrate the Hungarian wine culture (or any wine culture):