Napa Valley Register, an American professional wine business resource, has published a new article on Georgian wines.
“I first tried wines from the Republic of Georgia more than a year ago and wrote a piece titled “The Weird and Wonderful Wines from the Republic of Georgia.” In that piece, I wrote, “There is so much for us to learn about Georgian wine. We can try to compare Georgian wines to wines we know but they really do not fit into a familiar category. Georgia is a country with indigenous varieties and unique techniques and winemaking styles,” – writes author Allison Levine, who is owner a marketing and event-planning agency.
“A year and a half later, I sat down for another seminar on Georgian wines. Wine consultant Taylor Parsons, who led the panel last year after returning from his first trip to Georgia, led the panel again…. He returned to Georgia again this year, and after his second experience, Parsons said he believes that it is our “obligation to tell the whole wine story” of the Republic of Georgia.
The author reviews several favorite wines from the recent tasting, including wines by Archil Guniava, Nikoloz Antadze, Aleksi Tsikhelishvili. Read original article here.
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