Updated: Jul 7
Georgia has been working tremendously to produce better varieties of wines. In the short term, it can be said that more wines from Kartli which is a province where Tbilisi is located will be manufactured and arriving in the US regions. Varieties of white indigenous wines like Chinuri and Goruli Mtsvane along with the red varieties of wine such as Tavkveri and Shavkapito are also on their way. The Tavkveri and Shavkapito are wines that are a little bit lighter in style than the muscular, strapping Kakhetian Saperavis. TavkveriIs a wine which is slightly earthy with an addition of crisp acidity and frisky tannins. In time, more production of wine from the Western Georgia will be seen. The growing conditions of the temperature which is cooler and more humid and is perfect for the production of wine will be one of the largest contributors of manufacturing and producing wine from the grape varieties which are lighter and fresher in nature.
The white wines have been formatted in a traditional manner from the skins and not from stains and are therefore macerated on the skins for a shorter period of time so that the grip is being moderately perceptible. On the arrival list, soon to come are the Western reds such as Ojaleshi and Chkhaveru. Georgia has emerged from 8000 years of history and has now become one of the dream destinations for the wine lovers which help them in expanding their appreciation and grape cultivating culture throughout history. It can be said that people will be visiting the country more often to drink Georgian wines along with tasting their soul the history and the song. This will help in cultivating the culture of the country as well as popularising the wine tasting of Georgia.