Wine as it is meant to be
When vineyards are irrigated, vines do not have send their roots deep looking for water. Therefore, mineral expression from the soil is reduced in the wine. Shallow roots lead to a weaker vine, and easy access to water means a larger grape berry. This leads to thin skins, so loss of flavour from phenols and tannins, tighter bunching, and susceptibility to insect attack and fungal growth. Our wines come from vineyards where the grapes are grown naturally and without any chemicals such as artificial fertilisers, pesticides or fungicides.
Wines from Georgia
Below is our full list of tradtional Georgian kvevri (clay jar) wines as well as carefully selected European-style Georgian wines. Both styles are made from unique Georgian grape varietals by winemakers of the highest quality and experience.