• Georgia uses methods of winemaking that you couldn’t invent in the modern world; you could only inherit them through the mists of time…


    Oz Clarke, The History of Wine in 100 Bottles

  • Georgia’s winemakers are the guardians of wine’s oldest traditions...


    Andrew Jefford, wine writer, Financial Times

  • A great Saperavi is shockingly good; no other words will do.


    Andrew Jefford, wine writer in Financial Times

  • Wine is the Georgians’ poetry and their folklore, their religion and their daily bread


    Alice Feiring

Latest Articles

Greatist

Why You Should Consider Ditching Rosé and Drinking This Instead

Jun 11 2018

"...[T]hough orange wine may be new to some, it’s hardly new. Orange wines have been made in Georgia (the country, not the state) for thousands of years..."

 

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Culinary Backstreets

Day Drinking, Pt. 2: The New Wine Festival

Jun 06 2018

The eighth New Wine Festival welcomed over 130 family winemakers and 100 companies this year. These “small companies have been instrumental in generating a global buzz on Georgian wine…”

 

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Wine Enthusiast

How Producers are Returning to Winemaking’s Roots

May 30 2018

 

Producers all over the world are going back to winemaking's roots by reviving the age-old practice of aging wine in clay pots, a method that creates exceptional bottles you are going to want on your shelf.

 

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