The grape is naturally high in acidity. When vinified in qvevri, it produces a wine that is quite tannic, concentrated, with complex herbal flavors.

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Colour of opulent ruby. Bouquet of black mulberry, blackberry and cherry. Palate echoes with spice and soft oak. Exuberant, yet velvety tannins are well balanced within the entire structure.

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The colour of straw with a green tinge. Bouquet of golden plums and white mulberry elegantly blended with tropical overtones. Lively fresh taste, impressive mulberry and citrus fruit with a refreshing acidity. Soft and plentiful body. Excellent expressed vinosity.

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Colour is green to light yellow straw. The bouquet is rich with white and yellow plum fruit blended with citrus. Palate is softly fruity with alive & refreshing acidity.

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Lapati was established by natural wine makers Vincent Jullien and Guillaume Gouerou, to produce wine with local grape growers in a natural and environment-friendly way using the traditional Qvevri wine-making method. They completed their Marani (traditional Georgian cellar) in Sagarejo, Kakheti in 2015 and currently produce about 3,500 bottles. Everything is made in qvevri. Naturally…

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Founded in 2003, Iago’s Wine is located in the village of Chardakhi and produces traditional qvevri wine from red and white grape varieties. Iago farms a two-hectare plus vineyard and produces up to 5000 bottles of dry white wine named “Chardakhi”. Iago’s Wine is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

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Guram Beruashvili Winery makes its wines in qvevris, utilizing both traditional Georgian and European winemaking methods. Fermentation occurs with naturally occurring yeast. The .5 hectare vineyard is currently producing grapes, while the other .5 hectare of the plot has recently been planted with new vines. The following grape varieties are grown: Chinuri, Guruli Mtsvane, Saperavi,…

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Founded in 2016, Guda Winery is a small family wine that makes wines from rare grape varieties grown in the Kartli region. Guda Winery produces wine with traditional Georgian methods dating back thousands of years, and they also produce European style wines. Guda Winery cultivates grapes of the highest quality, offering rich and unique flavors…

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Gotsa Wines’ family tradition dates back as early as the 1800s, where they began making wine in the western region of Georgia. Moving closer to the capital Tbilisi in the early 20th century, Gotsa Wines has continued making traditional wines with historic Georgian methods. There are 1300 meters above sea level in the mountainous Algeti…

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