In The Media

December 21, 2022 Wine-life Houston

Last month, wine professionals in Houston were given the opportunity to taste wines from one of the country of Georgia’s flagship producer, Teliani Valley, over lunch at Concura to learn about the ancestral grapes, the ancient winemaking te…

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December 7, 2022 SevenFifity daily

A cultural exchange with Georgian winemakers, ANsomigaFORA has helped Romagnoli producers rediscover the region’s native grape varieties through qvevri

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December 7, 2022 The NOLADrinks Show

On this edition of The NOLADrinks Show with Bryan Dias, we complete our trilogy on the wines of Georgia! This time, we focus on the central portion of the country. Our guest is Noel Brockett of Georgian Wine House.

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December 27, 2021 The New York Times

A lot of people think of orange wines as natural wines, and many would qualify. But not all. Natural wines must adhere to a wide range of imperatives, from how the grapes are farmed to how the wine is made. Orange wines are simply born of s…

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December 24, 2021 American Association of Wine Economists AAWE

Regional Grape Production in Georgia, 2017-2020. 3/4 is grown in the Kakheti region (east of Tbilisi); and Kakheti’s production has almost doubled between 2017 and 2020

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December 23, 2021 The Bold Italic

As a longtime (15-ish years) lover of Georgian wines, I crave the oxidized elegance and ancient roots of the country’s often incredible wines. Here are two recent standouts:

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November 25, 2021 The Manual

For many people, choosing a great wine can be a complex process. A good wine shop will have a seemingly endless number of choices, making it tough for a customer to decide without expert help. After all, a description on a wine bottle can o…

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November 23, 2021 COVETEUR

The secret to a successful holiday doesn’t lie within the exact dishes you serve or wine you pour, per se, but in the lasting ambiance and experience you create. In other words, a holiday is only as good as the sum of its parts and finding…

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November 17, 2021 Forbes

Whether you are dining on turkey, ham, or a vegan feast for the Thanksgiving holiday, there is always room for several bottles of wine at the table. And given the current trends for wellness and transparency, organic and other “green-label”…

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November 16, 2021 Wine & Spirits

Though nearly extinct at the turn of the century, kisi has made a comeback in the past few years, and this wine is a terrific example of what’s driving that interest: Fermented in qvevri for six months, it’s super juicy, brimming with notes…

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