The term Tokaji is used to refer to wines from the Tokaj-Hegyalja region in Hungary. The wine's origin dates back to the seventeenth century when, because of the wars against the Turks and Germanic wine harvest was delayed until November, resulting in a much sweeter wine. Although there are different types of wines, the most important is the Aszú wine, depending on the concentration of grapes that have can go from 3 to 6 puttonyos, which is the degree of botrytis grape containing (low to high) . Another of the most famous wine is the Eszencia, which is the Tokaji with 7 puttonyos, which is called "nectar", because technically you can not consider wine due to its low alcohol content, and is one of the most valued wines worldwide.

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