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 […]
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