Georgian Wine

We’re in the cradle of global wine production here, where archaeologists have unearthed wineries demonstrably 8,000 years old. It’s clear that wine growing and drinking has been a part of Georgian culture for many, many centuries. And it is a country of a myriad climates and terroirs producing a wide range of wine styles from a slew of indigenous grapes. Most recently, the country has escaped the yoke of soviet control, a period during which high-yielding vine varieties were prioritised (volume rather than quality being necessitated by the USSR market) and its wineries are again concentrating of producing high-quality wines, many of which are made in large, subterranean clay vessels called qvevri.

2 wines
Old World
2016 Tsolikauri, Chateau Askana
White | Still | 13%
Case of 6 Bottles
£91.20
price duty paid
Single Bottle
£16.00
price duty paid
Old World
2019 Krakhuna, Vachnadziani
White | Still | 12.5%
Case of 6 Bottles
£71.25
price duty paid
Single Bottle
£12.50
price duty paid
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