Can't seem to find anything on this grape on the net. Its not listed in any of my books including the World Atlas of Wine. The description from the back label is below and as far as taste goes fairly accurate. Well worth the $13 I paid for a good summer white. Just curious to know more.
Monarchia Cellars Zen is a medium-bodied dry white wine with a bouquet of ripe peaches and pears, beautifully handcrafted by Monarchia's Head Winemaker, Tamas Pok. It comes from the Eger region, named for the baroque town of Eger, best known for Egri Bikaver, or Bull's Blood.
Monarchia Cellars Zen is 100% Zengo, a Hungarian varietal featured in its premiere vintage with this new bottling. The wine is packed with flavors of ripe pear and peach.
Monarchia Cellars Zen is a wonderful white wine to pair with spicy, Asian-style dishes, grilled white meats and fish.