var1chinuriChinuri grape variety

Originating in Kartli, central Georgia, but also grown in Kakheti, the name “Chinuri” comes from the Georgian word “chinebuli” meaning “excellent” or “the best”.
Usage: With its naturally high acidity, Chinuri is most famous for wine, which may include Goruli Mtsvane another variety of grapes from central Georgia.

var1goruliGoruli mtsvane grape variety

is mainly cultivated and planted in Kartli region, central Georgia. The variety is mostly planted together with Chinuri variety.
Usage: A variety with delicate high-toned aromatics, it oxidizes easily, and is often blended with Chinuri to bolster its structure and inhibit oxidation.

 

95% Chinuri - 5% Goruli Mtsvane - vintage 2015

chinuri

Size: 750 ml-bottle
Gotsa Family organic vineyard in "Algeti" national park, between villages "Marabda" and "Asureti", Hand crafted.
Details:
Harvest date: 24th of October 2015;
Average Degree Brix: 19+
TA of must: 5 g/l
Fermentation: On wild yeast's, In Kvevri (large buried earthenware amphora) by
ancient Georgian method
Maceration: 8 month Skin contact, average fermentation temp: 18 C;
Aging: In Kvevri 16 month;
Bottling Date: 12th of January 2017
Bottles produced: 4500
PH on January 2017 - 3,62
TA on January 2017 - 5,8 g/l
Alcohol level: 12%
Varietal: 95% Chinuri - 5% Goruli Mtsvane
Taste & Character: Acidity - Medium; Tannins - Medium; Free of any additives
Ageability: Long (Greater than 5 years); Body - Full; Non Filtered.
Winemaker Notes: Light golden color and dry flavor of acacia honey, meadow
herbs and sagebrush. Herbal tannins and almond bitterness it's typical
character of this wine variety.

var3Tavkveri grape variety

is indigenous to Kartli region but also grown in Kakheti. Tavkveri grows well in deep clay and sandy soils.
Usage: Tavkveri is produced both in modern and Kvevri styles; modern production may include time in oak barrels. A reasonably versatile variety, it can be an attractive, middle-weight dry red, rosé, sparkling, fortied or dessert wine.

tavkveri

100% Tavkveri - vintage 2015

Size: 750 ml-bottle
Gotsa Family organic vineyard in "Algeti" national park, between villages "Marabda" and "Asureti", Hand crafted.
Details:
Harvest date: 22th of October 2015
Average Degree Brix: 20
TA of must: 6,5 g/l
Fermentation: On wild yeasts, In Kvevri, no skin contact, average
fermentation temp: 17 C
Aging: In Kvevri 16 month
Bottling date: 14th of February 2017
Bottles produced: 3500
PH on February 2017 - 3,24
TA on February 2017 - 4,9 g/l
Alcohol level: 11,5%
Varietal: 100% Tavkveri
Taste & Character: Acidity - Medium; Tannin's - low; Free of any additives
Ageability: Medium, Around 5 years and moor; Body - Full; Non Filtered.
Winemaker Notes: Color roze, forest strawberries with pharmaceutical herbs in the nose. Light-bodied, easy drink, mineral native taste between juiciness and bitterness of wild berries with cheerful black pepper aftertaste.

var4Tsitska grape variety

Grown throughout upper and central Imereti region.The grape is of medium size, with thick skins. The vine has moderate vigor but with high yields.
Usage: When vinied to dryness, Tsitska wines suggest yellow fruits such as quince, melon, and pear, sometimes with a honeyed note. Tsitska may be blended with Tsolikouri, and sometimes Krakhuna varieties of grapes, for dry table wines.

tsiska100% Tsitska - vintage 2015

Size: 750 ml-bottle
Gotsa Family organic vineyard in "Algeti" national park, between villages
"Marabda" and "Asureti", Hand crafted.
Details:
Harvest date: 11th of October 2015
Average Degree Brix: 22
TA of must: 7 g/l
Fermentation: On wild yeasts, In Kvevri, (large buried earthenware
amphora) No Skin contact, free run juice, average temp: 17 C
Aging: In Kvevri 16 month
Bottling date: 31th of January 2017
Bottles produced: 2600
PH on January 2017 - 3,20
TA on January 2017 - 4,5 g/l
Alcohol level: 13.2%
Varietal: 100% Tsitska
Taste& Character: Acidity - High; Tannin's - low; Free of any additives
Ageability: Medium, Around 5 years and moor. Body - Full; Non Filtered.
Winemaker Notes: Sunny, floral nose with hints of flower pollen. Oily, rich and warm, but with lovely acidity, almost European style white wine.

var6Tsolikouri grape variety

The leading white grape of western Georgia, Tsolikouri originates in Kolkheti. The vine has medium sized, conical bunches, which may have wings, and is of average density.
Usage: Tsolikouri may be blended with the lighter-bodied Tsitska, and sometimes Krakhuna varieties of grapes, for white dry wine.

 100% Tsolikouri - vintage 2015

tsolikauri

Size: 750 ml-bottle
Gotsa Family organic vineyard in "Algeti" national park, between villages "Marabda" and "Asureti", Hand crafted;
Details:
Harvest date: 11th of October 2015
Average Degree Brix: 20
TA of must: 5,5 g/l
Fermentation: On wild yeasts, In Kvevri, (large buried earthenware
amphora)
Maceration: 15 day's skin contact, average temp: 18 C
Aging: In Kvevri 16 month
Bottling date: 27th of January 2017
Bottles produced: 1900
PH on January 2017 - 3,24
TA on January 2017 - 4,6 g/l
Alcohol level: 11,8%
Varietal: 100% Tsolikouri, Average Degree Brix: 20
Titrable Acidity: 5,5 g/l
Taste& Character: Acidity - High; Tannin's - medium; Free of any additives
Ageability: Medium, Around 5 years and moor., Body - Full; Non Filtered.