Kisi - 2019 - Gela Patalishvili
The Kisi here is very expressive, with notes of eastern spices, yellow peach and dry herbs such as laurel. Palate: a dry wine, full body, bold tannins. A wine vinified following the traditional georgian manner: amphorae are the rule.
- 75 cl
- Original features
- Caucasus Georgia
- Degree of alcohol
- 12 %
- To drink from
- 2021 to 2026
100% Kisi from century years old vines, which have never seen any chemicals, planted in the vineyard of Tibaani in the region of Kakheti, East of the country. The soil is brown alluvial, with sandstone and lime rock. Following the georgian tradition, the whole bunches macerate in qvevri, this is a skin contact wine. Fermentations and aging in qvevri, those amphorae placed underground. Bottled with... nothing! 100% grapes.
Gela Patalishvili is a winegrower and farmer in the Kakheti region of eastern Georgia near the Azeri border. His partner, John Wurdeman, is an American painter based in Georgia since 1998 who is as passionate about Georgia’s polyphonic music and culture as he is about its wine. Their friendship and shared love for wine led them to create Pheasant's Tears in 2007. Gela is a true man of the...All wines
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