Pale ruby - quite like Pinot Noir in colour. Not at all weird on the nose, but certainly very savoury - leather, earth, bramble fruit. Beautiful maturity - really medicinal and cedary. For Musar, this is positively conventional - it evokes mature Médoc crossed with mature southern Rhône. Succulent and refined.
Qvevri Pride In Post-Soviet Georgia
“During Soviet times, when qvevri wines were not resected or allowed, we lost much of our acquired wisdom about qvevri,” said historian and oenologist Giorgi Barisashvili explained. “Bad habits were formed because quantity mattered more than quality.” He
A Night Of Decoding The Terra-Cotta Myth
Last week, we gathered a crowd of patrons, wine geeks and sommeliers to experiment the kinky pleasure of orange wine and raw fish pairing at an omakase dinner. The night was intense - the pairing of 12 dishes for six wine (from three different countries)