This is a very nice white wine that was fermented and cured in Kvevri (Amphorae). A blend of Kisi, Mtsvane and Rkatsiteli grapes. Deep golden in color, clear and bright. The nose has oranges, honey and Indian spices. Medium bodied. Drying tannins. On the palate, this is clean. Orange peel, slight honey, with a bit of almonds. Nice finish. A very nice complexity here. It took a couple of hours to really open up. It does not drink like a what one thinks of as a usual white wine. It probably should be consumed in the next few years. In terms of food matching, it would go well with mid-eastern or Persian foods especially those using cinnamon.
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