If you are familiar with the Furmint as a varietal, it is probably in the form of the Tokaji dessert wine. While there is no arguing that Furmint as a sweet wine is wonderful, I'm here to argue the merits of drinking it as a dry wine.
The Oddity does a great job displaying the range this varietal is capable of. Dry and intensely mineral, it bursts with bright and zesty mandarin and lemon flavors, finishing with a touch of spice. Try this wine with lighter Asian flavors and see what it has to offer!”