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  • Julia Harding MW
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  • Julia Harding MW
31 Jul 2013

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 opening of one in the restored and revived cellar of the Alaverdi…