The most typical roadblock encountered when it comes to Georgian wines is that the language is simply not easy which means that the local grape names aren’t easy. This is definitely not a new or unique problem and has always been an unfortunate, but understandable issue in terms of the marketability of any specific wine grape. After all, few have really warmed to Croatian names such as Crljenak Kaštelanski or Tribidrag and the more typical, Zinfandel stays with us despite those two being the actual, “native” names. But then we […]

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