I loved this super precise, grippy Kisi from micro-winery Tchotiashvili in Kakheti (Eastern Georgia). It has really typical papaya & baked plum fruit, with serious structure, but perfectly ripe tannins. With four years of age, this is really hitting its stride – still youthful & rather monolithic, but glorious with it. It’s proof perfect that these wines often deserve a lot more bottle age than they tend to get.
Unfiltered, traditional qvevri winemaking at its finest.