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Price: $19.99

98 points Decanter: "This dynamic golden white blend of three Imeretian varieties is hand-made in qvevri by Archil Guniava, one of the country’s best family producers. The wine has it all: a seductively incisive nose with mineral and apricot notes, citrussy freshness and a razor-sharp palate. Deep, long and rich, but not heavy, this is a cracking wine! (CC)" (01/2021) K&L Notes: A lightly "orange wine" made from a blend of indigenous Georgian grapes: Tsitska, Tsolikouri, and Krakhuna. This is medium amber in color and with tannins that will work with r...
Price: $21.99

Goga Tevzadze uses traditional Georgian wine practices to make his wines. All low intervention, he uses native yeasts for fermentation, macerates the whites for 4 to 6 weeks on their skins in Qvevri and uses minimal SO2. These are gentler, yet textured Georgian wines with great complexity reflecting Goga's non-interventionist style. *Orange Wine* *Natural Wine*
Price: $24.99

According to the importer: "Appellation controlled, red semi-sweet wine "Khvanchkara" is made from the Mujuretuli and Alexandrouli grape varieties grown in the district of Racha-Lechkhumi. Racha-Lechkhumi is located in western Georgia at the basins of the Rioni and Tskhenistskali rivers. The wine has a dark-ruby color, a well-developed varietal aroma and a velvety taste with a raspberry flavor. Pairs well with nuts, dried fruit, and other sweets."
Price: $19.99

Before the Greeks, before the Romans, it was the Georgians who were making wine. Archeological evidence dates back 8,000 years and references to Georgian wines can be found in the writings of Homer and Apollonius, and even the Georgian alphabet seems to have its origins in the shapes made by the tendrils of grape vines. Pheasant's Tears is the joint effort of American John Wurdeman, Georgian Gela Patalishvili, and Swedes Erik Andermo, Jakob Mörndal, and Henrik Callerstrand. They work to preserve and promote this ancient cultural legacy. All of Pheasant's...
Price: $17.99

Before the Greeks, before the Romans, it was the Georgians who were making wine. Archeological evidence dates back 8,000 years and references to Georgian wines can be found in the writings of Homer and Apollonius, and even the Georgian alphabet seems to have its origins in the shapes made by the tendrils of grape vines. Pheasant's Tears is the joint effort of American John Wurdeman, Georgian Gela Patalishvili, and Swedes Erik Andermo, Jakob Mörndal, and Henrik Callerstrand. They work to preserve and promote this ancient cultural legacy. All of Pheasant's...
Price: $17.99

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