Georgian wine geek-out! Meet Kisi.

(kiss-ee) This ancient white variety is resurgent in Georgia, and not just because it’s gloriously easy to say (yes, just like a kiss-ee and a cuddle-ee). Kisi is indigenous to Kakheti. It is a tricky vine, and requires sensitive handling in the vineyard, but it is responsible for some of Georgia’s finest white and amber…

Georgian wine in the news

February 2020: Georgian wine in the news The trade press are writing about Georgian Wine sales success in the UK, with articles in Drinks Business and Harpers detailing both sales figures and the ongoing promotional campaign in the UK:   Drinks Business quotes Mathew Jones, Buyer for major importer Boutinot on their recent new listing…

Traditional Georgian marani now installed at Plumpton Wine University in Sussex

A collaboration between wine importer Henry Mchedlishvili, Plumpton University, the Georgian National Wine Agency, and the British Georgian Chamber of Commerce has led to the creation of an authentic Georgian “Marani” in Sussex. “Marani” is the Georgian name for a wine cellar that uses the traditional terracotta vessels, “Qvevri”, for the fermentation, clarification and ageing…

Georgian wine – why we love it!

Georgian wines were presented in a masterclass and walk-around tasting at the Hotel du Vin in Bristol. Watch our short film to hear why @RuthSpivey, (founder of the brilliant Wine Carboot), Danilo di Salvo (Entrepreneur and Founder of Gvino UK wine merchants) and Sarah Abbott MW think that Georgian Wine is ripe to convert UK…