We know that for many drinkers, Georgian varieties can seem a little daunting because the names and pronunciations are so different than familiar European varieties. So, we want to make it easy for you to explore exciting new Georgian varieties based on what you already like to drink.
Like fruity, aromatic whites?
If you like a glass of big, fruity Sauvignon Blanc, or maybe an aromatic glass of Grüner Veltliner or dry Riesling then we have some great suggestions for you.
A delicate aromatic white grape, it nearly went extinct but is now making a comeback. It’s responsible for some of the finest aromatic whites and amber wines in Georgia. You can find out more about it here.
Try this from the Georgian Wine Society.
Making gorgeous light-bodied, aromatic whites, it’s the base of lovely sparkling wines too. You can find out more about it here.
Try this from the Georgian Wine Guild.
The name ‘Chinuri’ is derived from the word chinebuli, meaning ‘excellent’ in Georgian – which really tells you all you need to know. But you can find out more about it here.
Try this from Noble Green Wines.