Different Styles of Georgian Wines

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Exotic Wine Travel in Tbilisi, Georgia tasting Georgian wine. From ‘conventional wine’ to qvevri wine, and amber wine, here’s a short and sweet introduction to the different styles of Georgian wines!

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Georgian wines featured in this episode:
– Marani, Tsinandali, 2013 – Blend of Rkatsiteli and Mtsvane
http://www.marani.co/
– Schuchmann, Blanc de Blanc Chardonnay 2012
http://www.schuchmann-wines.com/
– Winery Khareba, Saperavi Premium Gold, 2010
http://www.winery-khareba.com/en
– Tchotiashvili, Mtsvane, 2015
– Tchotiashvili, Saperavi, 2013
– Gotsa, Chinuri, 2015
http://gotsawines.com/
– Pheasant’s Tears, Chinuri, 2013
http://www.pheasantstears.com/
– Dasabami, Tavkveri, 2015
– Kortavebis Marani, Saperavi 2014

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Uncorking the Caucasus: Wines from Turkey Armenia & Georgia


💥 Learn more about Georgia’s flagship red wine grape Saperavi

Saperavi: Georgia’s Flagship Red Wine Grape


💥 Learn more about amber wine / orange wine
http://exoticwinetravel.com/topics/amber-wine-orange-wine
💥 Learn more about qvevri wine

An Introduction to Georgian Qvevri Wine in Zagreb


💥 Learn more about Georgian wine

The Unstoppable Progress in the Georgian Wine Scene

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