Exotic, perfumed white wines are a breed apart. They’re entirely unlike anything else, and if you have a taste for them, well, then we bet you can’t get enough. Do you love a peachy, textured Viognier? Can’t get enough of the richness of nutty Malvasia? Or do you reach for Gewurztraminer with every curry? We have your new favourites lined up. These Georgian alternatives are incredibly aromatic, with the lush texture lovers of exotic whites can’t get enough of. Tuck in.
Krakhuna is a real chameleon. Whether it”s fermented the European or traditional Georgian manner, it develops aromas and flavours of intensely ripe banana and apricots, with honeyed notes. Delicious.
You can find out more about Krakhuna here.
Try this from Strictly Wine.
Khikhvi wine is made both in European and Qvevri styles, each having distinctive aroma profiles. The European-style ferment tends to give exotic aromas redolent of the resinous aroma of boxwood; the traditional Georigan Qvevri style tend to have a nose of ripe yellow fruit and apricot.
You can find out more about Khikhvi here.
Try this from The Oxford Wine Company.