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Mtsvane Dry White, John Okruashvili 2017
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Jane Okruashvili is the sister and business partner of John . A trained political scientist, Jane committed herself to winemaking after deciding that she wanted to reconnect with her cultural heritage and preserve/promote the traditions of her community. The Okrouashvilis have 7 hectares in different places in the Alazani Valley below. They work with eight varieties; Tsolikouri, Tsitska, Tavkaveri, Kisi, Kakhetian Mtsvane, Rkatsiteli, Saperavi and Budeshuri Saperavi but are also planting more varieties. All wines are made in their 12 qvevri at the house plus two other cellars totalling 20 qvevri in all.
Producer Sister’s Wines
Origin Kakheti, Georgia
Grapes Kakhuri Mtsvane (Kakhetinian Green)
Alcohol 11% ABV
Style Medium body macerated white
Bottle size 750ml
Winemaking Manualy harvested, fermented and matured on skin in qvevri (amphorae) for 2 months with indigenous yeast, unfiltred, unfiltred and no additional SO2 added