Georgians natural and less so
30 May 2012 by Jancis Robinson
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 label on my very amateur picture). As a result, a bevy of Georgian wine producers came to London recently to show their wines at two natural wine fairs on which we will be reporting tomorrow and on Saturday. Our house was invaded by Georgians on the Sunday night before last week’s London International Wine Fair, benignly, I hasten to add. John Wurdeman, American musician-turned-Georgian wine producer, has been encouraging me to visit Georgia...

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