Made in an outdoor qvevri, this wine is as natural as it gets. Deeply spiced, almost to a holy-level. The words "This is badass Georgian Wine" were mouthed when tasting its layered yet not palate destroying depths. Not overly tannic, but robust in its drinkability. We like it, we think it will heal what ails you. Good Medicine from the good doctor Gaioz!
Family wine cellar, located in Western Georgia, Imereti, that focused on producing only natural wine with low/minimal intervention from local grape varieties like Tsitska, Tsolikouri, Krakhuna, Dzelshavi, Ckhaveri ect. and using Kvevri for fermentation. Father Gaioz was one of the first who has started producing wine in Imereti professionally in 2006. Today Gaioz and two of his sons produce 9 different wines by traditional Imeretian technology (minimal skin contact and adding not the total but only third part of pulp or less) and and want to continue expand the recognition of terroir wines from Western Georgia. The most important thing for Sopromadze`s family is honest way of winemaking, vinecare and saving nature. All wines are wild-fermented and contain minimum sulfites, using of chemical additions is unacceptable both in the cellar and in the vineyard.