special astringency and richness of taste.
“Georgia: the cradle of wine.” It is under such a trademark that half a century ago Georgian wines came to the European market. Such an eloquent title is not at all a good marketing ploy, although it is nowhere without it. Georgian wines have such a history, which affects not only the period of “aging”, but also its traditions, technologies, and, of course, the special taste of the drink. But first things first. Continue reading