Celebrate the rebirth of
an 8,000 year-old tradition.
Georgian winemakers are harnessing an 8,000-year national heritage to produce some of the world’s most unique and distinctive fine wines. Transforming a cottage industry into an emerging artisanal powerhouse. And celebrating the individualism of Georgian winemaking. Join them and become a part of tying wine’s deep past to a dynamic and exciting future.
Apr 05 2019
"Orange wine has been around for centuries — it’s been produced in the republic of Georgia for thousands of years, and more recently made in Italy, Slovenia, and even Long Island, NY. It’s been sneaking its way into the menus of trendy restaurants and wine bars for the past couple years but never really had its true moment to glory. Summer 2018 (let’s be honest, summer 2017 and probably 2016, too) was all about that cheerful pink glass of rosé (or even frosé). But it's official: Orange wine as the go-to drink of this summer. The time has come, the walrus said."Go to Article >
Mar 15 2019
"It’s made in the contemporary European style, a rich ruby juice ripe with notes of blackberry, good acidity, and a relatively modest alcohol level (12.5 percent) that makes it versatile with food. It also has a spicy oak finish that pairs well with a platter of kebabs, meaty khinkali soup dumplings, game meats, and spicier dishes like beef ostri stew or rustic kharcho soup..."Go to Article >
Feb 12 2019
"Georgians have been making natural, biodynamic wine decades before it became a trend. Her wine is an exemplary wine that balances tradition with new-age approachability," says Steiner, who herself is an alum of the Forbes 2018 30 Under 30 Food and Drink list. "Its bouquet bursts with thyme and soft herbs and it drinks with a savoriness and salinity perfect for the food at Himitsu. The wine is self-contained umami..."Go to Article >