This is from western Georgia and made from 100% Aladasturi grapes.  Unfortunately the bottle was off.  Garent in color, mostly clear but a trail of persistent bubbles.  The nose had some cranberries with a bit of carbonation coming off it.  Medium bodied.  On the palate, the bottle was going thru a secondary fermentation.  Out of balance with strong acidity.  This is another in a long line of wines that could have been good with a judicious use of intervention (Copper sulfites) to prevent spoilage and if necessary, a bit of fining.  So disappointing.  I retasted the following day and then dumped the bottle down the drain.  

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