Dry, really typical Georgian orange (in Greorgia it is therefore not called orange wine, but amber wine!), with six months of skin and stem contact in quevris, was still quite harsh in September 2020, but is now starting to gain momentum. Balanced, subtle and light, with delicious white (quince!) and dried fruit, some citrus, and, ofcourse tannins in the aftertaste. As soon as this wine comes into contact with oxgen, it turns into a bomb. So hold back fifteen minutes before drinking it, or pour it into a carafe.
Dry, really typical Georgian orange (in Greorgia it is therefore not called orange wine, but amber w..
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