Ancient Georgian winemaking loses one of its modern founders

by  |  12-04-2018

It’s sad to report the passing of Georgian winemaker, Soliko Tsaishvili. He had been diagnosed in the early stages of pancreatic cancer in 2016 and while receiving treatment since, friends reported that he succumbed to the illness on April 10th. While perhaps not a household name to lovers of Burgundy and Bordeaux, Soliko was primarily responsible for reinvigorating kvevri winemaking in a country where the process has been used for […]
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