Summary: The republic of Georgia sits in the shadow of the Caucasus mountains, bridging east and west. No other country in the world has 8,000 years of documented wine consumption, and no other country has such an unbroken tradition of making wine in the buried clay vessels known as qvevri – a tradition that we know is at least 6,000 years old. What does this unique country, with its
Advances in the cellars coupled with better vineyard management and Friuli’s natural gift of a temperate climate, resulted in concentrated wines with an extra layer of richness. From the 1970s onward, Friuli gained commercial success and popularity for its white wines.
Summary: Join Decanter Magazine journalist Richard Baudains for an insider look at the skin-contact white wines of Friuli. The orange wines of Friuli have become one of the iconic wine styles produced in the region. In this webinar, Richard Baudains will explore the various maceration process protocols adopted in Friuli as well as the most suitable