1. A large, oval California table grape (also called Flame Tokay ) with a thick red skin and bland-tasting flesh with seeds. Tokays are available from August through December. They’re also sometimes used to make wine of the same name. 2. Tokay is also a sweet white wine from Hungary’s Tokay region, which is made primarily from the Furmint grape. botrytis cinerea-infected grapes from the better vintages produce marvelous dessert wines that rival the best from France and Germany.