This wine is made by Baia Abuladze with 3 types of native grapes from Georgia (20% Tsitska, 20% Krakhuna, 60% Tsolikouri).
The grapes come from her own vineyards and are located in the town of Obcha.
Harvest is made by hand and with small boxes. After selection, grapes are destemmed and pressed. Alcoholic fermentation is done in qvevri
and it arises spontaneously since the yeasts are wild and airborne. 30% of the skins on the grapes are used during the fermentation and macerated over the course of 3 months.
This wine is unfiltered and the sulphite content is low.
This wine is surprising and not only because of the grapes and their production technique. Its color is a brilliant honey yellow. It carries white stone fruit aromas such as apricot and lychee. More evolved aromas of pear and light touches of white flowers can also be discovered. Expand your palate with this creamy and highly acidic wine with certain carbonic nuances reminiscent of sparkling wine. You’ll find persistent citrus and mineral notes as well as good density and tannins.
It is better to consume this wine cold, between about 50-52º F (10-12º)
Although it is a white wine, due to its density and intense flavor, we recommend it with roast meats, such as a good leg of baked lamb with potatoes and apple.
And finally you can caress your ears with the sensuality of “White Wine” by The Vernons as it pairs perfectly with this delicious Baia’s wine.