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…

Drink Saperavi this Christmas

Is there a red grape more suited to Christmas feasting than Saperavi? This versatile grape can be used to make dry, semi-sweet, full-on sweet, and fortified wines. If you wanted, you could drink nothing but Saperavi with every part of your Christmas meal! It’s a grape of incredible character, balancing refreshing acidity with intense chocolate and…