A great wine with a lot of depth and complexity, has plenty of power and needs some air (like others from Orgo) to reveal its more subtle flavors, but can easily hold its own alongside much older, much more expensive whites like Burgundian Chardonnays. What would the wine world be without Kisi and other Georgian varieties? Wouldn't want to miss them — their aromatic uniqueness, their vitality, and the tradition and craft behind them.
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Great wine, great winery