From one of the most sensitive vineyards I’ve ever walked. These are in the western Georgia on yellow clay and limestone soils. Archil has used the traditional way to blend... read more →
Brand new face for me, and the wine from Zurab Zatusashvili was a charmer. Full on tannin and depth, and yet? Silky. The talk of the tasting. Importer: None.
A stellar wine—for muscadet lovers especially—as it leans into the neutral side with plenty of chamomile and wild flowers, a touch of dandelion and bruised apple. It doesn’t have much... read more →