An extraordinary discovery from Georgia, where they have been making wine like this for 8,000 years. Orgo, one of the country's best producers, use old vine Saperavi grapes to make a full-bodied yet elegant red, aged in buried clay containers.
Temur Dakishvili and his father, Gogi (one of the most famous winemakers in Georgia) make their wine the old way. They work with some of the few remaining old vineyards in Georgia (most were ripped up under Soviet ...Learn more
“Aromas of black currant and cherry set the stage for flavors of cassis, leather, juniper berry and dark chocolate. There is a nice balance of fruit and deeper savory notes, and velvety tannins make way for a splash of cherry on the lingering finish.”