American Food & Wine magazine in a recent issue answers the question “Where to drink Georgian wine in America?”
An article under this title, authored by Vicki Denig, reads: “Whether amber colored skin-contact wines pique your interest, or a Merlot-based Saperavi blend [what’s that? – HN] sounds more your style, Georgian wine has something for every palate—and America is interested. Here are some of the United States’ best spots for drinking Georgian, right now.”
The following places are listed in the article:
- Oda House, New York
- Supra, Washington D.C.
- À Côté, Oakland
- haley.henry, Boston
- Dame, Portland
- The Ten Bells, New York
- Compass Rose, Washington D.C.
- Bisl Food, Bozeman, Montana
- Bar Norman, Portland, Oregon
- Racines, New York City
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