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Revoir un Printemps 2020

£22.00

A Wine That

feels exactly like spring — _printemps — _to us. The delightful aromas of cherry blossom and subtle fresh cut grass makes us feel as though we're finally coming out of a long winter slumber. With a bright acid-driven palate and that haunting _minerality_, this is both rejuvenating and energising. A fresh rosé for fresh weather!

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  • Winemaker: Ori Marani
Revoir un Printemps 2020 Wine LITTLEWINE
Revoir un Printemps 2020 Wine LITTLEWINE
Revoir un Printemps 2020 Wine LITTLEWINE
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Georgia
Kakheti

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12%

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Rosé

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75cl

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8-12°C

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Organic

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Limestone
Clay
Flint

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Tsitska
Aladasturi
Chkhaveri

Where and How?

This comes from the indigenous Georgian grape varieties of Tsitska from the Terjola village, Aladasturi from the Vani village and Chkhaveri from the Vartsikhe village. All these villages are in the Imereti region, and all the vineyards are small, family-owned and tended organically.  

The juice fermented naturally, with some parts direct-pressed, and others undergoing a period of semi-carbonic skin maceration. The wine was then aged in a mix of qvevri (the traditional Georgian clay vessel) and old French oak barrels. Only 1000 bottles were made — a special glimpse into a modern interpretation of Georgian history.

The Winemaker

In one of the most ancient and diverse winemaking countries in the world, Georgia, a Georgian – Nino Gvantseladze – and a Frenchman – Bastien Warskotte – have laid down roots. By combining ancient and rare Georgian varieties and traditions with Champenois know-how, the two are creating groundbreaking wines, unlike anything the world has seen before. Bastien says,

“I want the wines to be clean. Just because it's natural does not mean it has to be faulty. I’m also kind of against the marketing of natural wine. Because what’s natural, and what’s not natural? People are trying to put everything in some form of category, and well it’s a little bit more complicated than this.”

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