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Georgian wines are often overlooked in the wine world, with their more famous neighbors of France and Italy sitting at the top of most lists. Made primarily from indigenous grapes like Rkatsiteli and Saperavi, Georgian wines have a distinct character all their own that is usually underrepresented on wine menus. In this post we'll explore some history on Georgian wines, as well as how to pair them with food. Finally, we'll look into what's next for this sometimes forgotten European wine region!

Introducing the Wines of Georgia

Georgia is well placed in the Caucasus region at the intersection of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. The Caucasus region is bordered by the Black Sea to the west, Russia to its north and east, to the west by the Black Sea, to the south lies Armenia and Turkey and to the

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