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See Georgia's dilemma part 1 and part 2 for my introduction to Georgia and the wines described below. The main wine regions are Kakheti, Kartli, Imereti and Racha-Lechkumi, as...

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This article will make more sense if you read part 1 first. Wines made in qvevri, Georgia's clay fermentation and storage vessels buried in the ground (the photo on the left shows the sealed...

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How do you take pride in your country without being nationalistic? How do you defend yourself against aggressively armed giants at the border while treating your guests as gifts from God? How do...

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Here are notes on a handful of current releases tasted last month from a most interesting Georgian winery, Pheasant's Tears, run by American artist Jonathan Wurdeman, whose story was outlined in...

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Umay Çeviker, the Turkish architect I met on our visit to Turkey last May, told me that he made frequent trips to Georgia and had a particular interest in Georgian wine. (He also told me...

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When I first encountered it, I remember thinking Australian Shiraz/Viognier was the weirdest thing I had ever heard of. At the tasting I report on below, it looked like one of the most orthodox...

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Georgia has one of the world's oldest and most vibrant wine cultures. She can and frequently does lay claim to being the birthplace of viticulture and attributes the longevity of many Georgians to...

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In the wake of Bisso’s recent update on wine in Russia , Joachim Binz of Wineconsale GmbH based in Wiesbaden, Germany, sends this update on the current state of the Georgian wine market....

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Find this wine Anyone who watched Hugh Johnson's television series on the history of wine back in the late 1980s will know what a special place Georgia (Black...

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The End of the Line – How overfishing is changing the world and what we eat Charles Clover, Ebury Press, 314pp £14.99   This book made me feel sick.   It also,...

See this guide to our autumn collections . We offer you our most geographically diverse assortment of more than 70 wine reviews here, divided first by country - Bulgaria, Georgia,...

Georgia has a fair claim to be the cradle of viticulture and continues to make a very high proportion of its wine along lines which could be described as prototype natural (see the bottom of this...

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I first met Jonathan Wurdeman less than two years ago. I had made frequent business trips to Georgia for almost three years back then but he did not seem to belong to any group of people I met in...

I am keenly aware that, despite our West Coast editor Linda Murphy's best efforts, our coverage of American wines is woefully spotty. This is mainly because here in the UK we see a relatively...

The recently established Georgian Wine Society is offering what they describe as the gift 'for the wine lover who has everything' or ' a more original way of getting involved with Georgian...

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