Pheasant`s Tears, Goruli Mtsvane 2021
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Goruli Mtsvane 2021 is another absolute banger of an orange wine from one of the scenes leading lights in skin contact winemaking, Pheasant's Tears. Made from 100% Mtsvane grapes that spend 9 months underground in Qveri fermenting with native yeasts. The wine clean and refreshing with a subtle tangerine aroma and a zesty textured palate. This is one of our favourite wines from the team and one you have to get your hands on whilst you can.
Founded in 2007 a joint project between John Wurdeman and Gela Patalishvili Pheasant’s Tear’s was set up to revive the ancient traditions of Georgian winemaking. The vineyard plantings flow down the slopes of the eastern Georgian Kiziqi province overlooking the Alazani Valley and snow-capped Caucasus Mountains. The Pheasant’s Tears' principal site is located near the village of Tibaani in the shadow of the 6th-century Monastery of St. Stephen. Pheasant’s Tears owns several vineyards spread over several villages - there are 15 ha currently under vine, plus various others in the process of being planted. In Tibaani, John and Gela are dedicating vineyards to rare white varietals.
Producer: Pheasant`s Tears
Region: Kakheti, Georgia