brilliantly refined skin macerated Georgian. — a month ago
Just a hint of skin funk. Med plus. Very drinkable — 2 months ago
Was guided towards this by a very helpful staff member at Majestic Wine. I wanted a more unusual wine region and this met the criteria. I was intrigued by the ancient wine making technique using clay amphora buried in the ground, rather than oak barrels.
Known as an Orange wine, it certainly holds a beautiful honey colour when it sits in the glass, very similar to Mead.
Unable to pick out much on smell other than 'watery fruit'.
First sip was a shock- it was extremely gentle with no alcoholic hit. We had to check the bottle to ensure it wasn't a non-alcoholic wine. It is very smooth for 12.5%. There is a slight soft pear taste to the wine which was very refreshing. The tasting notes said Apricot but I couldn't pick up on it. — 6 months ago
Came from Splash wines - my favorite so far - little citrus and fruit- great wine - dry - — 2 months ago
Medium body, abundant legs, pale white. Apricot, honeysuckle and apple cider on the nose. Juicy pit fruit on the fore palate, scant sweetness, with a lingering peach compote on the finish. (Bacon wrapped pork tenderloin medallions on a bed of mixed green salad with beets, cucumber, and Gorgonzola, chicken- broccoli Alfredo over pasta rustica on the side) — 5 months ago
Great balance, skin contact evident but not flagrantly orange. More than held its own against spicy thai. Buy again, thrilling QPR. — a month ago
Textual, grippy but bright fruit still — 2 months ago