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Wine Guy: Hearty reds counter winter’s chill

February 24, 2021

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Book Review: The Wines of Georgia

February 23, 2021

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Go Remote! Working from a NEW Home

February 17, 2021

Still not back at the office? Why not work with an ocean view or in a bustling city with dramatic architecture? New remote working visas are making it possible.

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Wine Gets Some Skin in the Game

February 16, 2021

Common in red winemaking, the idea of extended skin contact is now on trend for whites, too.

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The Country of Georgia Is Reopening to Vaccinated Travelers

February 09, 2021

Those who have not been vaccinated must arrive with a COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of their departure.

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The Alchemy That Binds

February 8, 2021

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THE STORY OF GEORGIAN WINE

February 3, 2021

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FOODIE & THE BEAST FROM HOME: MARCH 14, 2021

January 16th 2021

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Wine, Spirits, And Food: The Books To Buoy You Through Winter

January 4, 2021

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Georgia, the cradle of Wine

January 3, 2021

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Orgo: Premium Artisanal Wines from Georgia

December 17, 2020

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WINE OF THE WEEK

December 14, 2020

Structured, Clear Georgian Wine

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Say Goodbye to 2020 with These Sparkling Wines Made with Organic Grapes

December 10, 2020

Hello 2021. We can all celebrate that.

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Anatomy of Georgia’s Wine Export Surge

December 8,2020

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It’s an Exciting Time to Be a Wine Drinker in Philly

 

The wine scene in Philadelphia is bursting with lesser-known and intriguing grape varieties, styles, and regions of origin — and the choices are only getting better

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The 2021 Wine Lover’s Guide

March 31, 2021

61 bottles, regions, and winemakers you need to know now.

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What Happens When Flying Winemakers Are Grounded?

March 29, 2021

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Georgia emerges as unlikely hotspot for digital nomads

March 11, 2021

Georgia has become a cool hotspot for digital nomads, offering something for both those seeking to ski and relax by the sea, as well as its rich culture

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What's Old is New

February 25, 2021

With a viticultural history that has endured for 8,000 years, Georgia produces some of the best modern wines from the Ancient World.

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The untranslatable word for overeating

November 25, 2020

In Georgia, known for its epic feasts and toasts, people often experience shemomechama, an untranslatable word for when you are full but you continue eating anyway.

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Georgia

November 25, 2020

Where did wine come from? It wasn’t France. Nor was it Italy. Vitis vinifera, also known as “the common wine grape,” has an unexpected homeland in the country of Georgia.

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Try a Red Wine From the Nation of Georgia

November 23, 2020

Lost Eden, a red blend aged in traditional clay amphora, is dark and earthy.

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What Is Orange Wine?

October 31, 2020

The Three Drinkers explores the history of orange wine as well as what makes it so trendy.

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Where Did Wine Come From? The True Origin of Wine

October 19, 2020

Where did wine come from? It wasn’t France. Nor was it Italy. Vitis vinifera, also known as “the common wine grape,” has an unexpected homeland in the country of Georgia.

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The New Conversation About White Wine and Tannins

November 2, 2020

More winemakers are using partial skin contact to create whites with firmer tannin structures and greater complexity

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The Gold Country's New Buried Treasure

October 29, 2020

Georgia natives David and Natalie Dediachvili bring Georgian winemaking methods to California

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What's Up With Orange Wine?

October 23, 2020

Could orange wine become as popular as rose?

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The 12 Best Wines to Pair with Turkey in 2020

October 12, 2020

Set the table this Thanksgiving with the perfect glass

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Georgia's Wine Industry Turns to Tech

October 19, 2020

"We are a very old winemaking country." Here's how Georgia's wine industry turned to VR and e-commerce to bring its vineyards to wine lovers everywhere when the pandemic halted travel.

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Gather around Tabla for another helping of Georgian cooking

October 16, 2020

D.C. welcomes Georgian restaurant Tabla as the new establishment offers traditional Georgian cuisine including the famous Khachapuri bread.

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Meet the leaders of the orange-wine revolution

October 14, 2020

Far from a hipster fad, “skin-contact” wines are as old as the hills – and now they’re back on the menu

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What’s The Deal With Orange Wine?

September 25, 2020

“I think the idea of orange wine is really interesting—a white wine with lots of structure that pairs with richer foods and ages well”

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Master of Wine Lisa Granik: “Wine Speaks of Culture, People and Place”

August 31, 2020

Can wines be political? Master of Wine Lisa Granik believes there are opportunities for micro-activism when it comes to choosing a wine.

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The Wines of Georgia: A First Look

August 23, 2020

Georgia is the cradle of human winemaking with archaeological evidence dating from 6 thousand BCE. Soviet collectivization largely destroyed traditional winemaking, but a wine renaissance focused on small producers and indigenous grape varieties began in the early 21st century, and today there are over 1,300 wineries and 48 thousand hectares of grapes. While the US is just the 10th largest importer of Georgian wine, consumer interest is growing rapidly.

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Rich in wine and history, Georgia worth a toast

August 21, 2020

According to Nino Turashvili, senior specialist of international tourism promotion with the tourism administration, besides all of its attractions, its people are what really sets Georgia apart. "Every Georgian tries to treat foreigners as their own personal guest, which creates this unique experience that you cannot really plan, it just happens -- the people just open the doors of their homes and welcome you."

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Quench your late-summer thirst with these 3 refreshing, bright rosés

August 21, 2020

Washington Post highlights rich Georgian wines as the perfect summer drinks to refresh yourself this August