June marked the release of the new Georgian wine book and meant a trip over to Georgia for a presentation at their annual wine fair in Tbilisi. It also meant that we’d be able to take a trip out to see kvevri production in action. Previous trips hadn’t been so fortunate as given that a kvevri is made from clay, it needs warm but not hot weather to dry. At the same time, it can’t be too cold. Ironically, much like the wine they eventually will hold, they fall prey […]

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