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Dila-O Rkatsiteli Mtsvane

8.913 ratings
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Kakheti, Georgia
Rkatsiteli, Mtsvane
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Rick Baraff

Fun. Unique. Interesante. Coolio.

Fun. Unique. Interesante. Coolio.

Sep 6th, 2020
Timo A
9.5

This is like dessert wine, hold the dessert, if that makes sense. It has the bright parts of an apricot and the warmth of honey, without the sweetness. Plus, cheap!

This is like dessert wine, hold the dessert, if that makes sense. It has the bright parts of an apricot and the warmth of honey, without the sweetness. Plus, cheap!

Aug 17th, 2020
Andrew Schirmer

Not a bit of Georgian script anywhere on the bottle, but a big square of marketing copy on the back label. Ok, great—these wines need more exposure! Medium amber (amber—so much nicer than “orange”), light tannin, apricot, great acidity, and refreshing in a brilliant way. Perfect with a range of foods. A stunning value. #georgianwine

Not a bit of Georgian script anywhere on the bottle, but a big square of marketing copy on the back label. Ok, great—these wines need more exposure! Medium amber (amber—so much nicer than “orange”), light tannin, apricot, great acidity, and refreshing in a brilliant way. Perfect with a range of foods. A stunning value. #georgianwine

Jul 22nd, 2020
Megan Park

Notes of dried apricot with a layer of leather or suede — closer to suede. Good chilled. Not a favorite, but grows as we aerate

Notes of dried apricot with a layer of leather or suede — closer to suede. Good chilled. Not a favorite, but grows as we aerate

Jun 29th, 2020
Anthony Kluska

I thought it was somewhat generic I expect a little bit more out of orange wine.

I thought it was somewhat generic I expect a little bit more out of orange wine.

Jun 14th, 2020
Tom Balamaci

The first “orange” (amber) wine we agreed we liked! At cellar temp and after 20-30 mins open it became the perfect accompaniment to a range of foods. The tannin is palpable at first then mellowed out. Rose petals on the nose followed by a clay, crisp shutdown.

The first “orange” (amber) wine we agreed we liked! At cellar temp and after 20-30 mins open it became the perfect accompaniment to a range of foods. The tannin is palpable at first then mellowed out. Rose petals on the nose followed by a clay, crisp shutdown.

Jun 8th, 2020
Morgan Maki

Morgan had this 3 days ago

Morgan had this 3 days ago

Oct 24th, 2020
Marissa Jordan

Marissa had this a month ago

Marissa had this a month ago

Sep 13th, 2020
Sarah Kapusta

Sarah had this 2 months ago

Sarah had this 2 months ago

Sep 7th, 2020
Morgan Maki

Morgan had this 2 months ago

Morgan had this 2 months ago

Aug 29th, 2020