A young ambitious project from Georgia that has existed since 2012, which has united winemakers and designers, and has created a wine using traditional technology, but with a modern sound. The wine was named "9 oaks" in honor of 9 trees growing on the territory of the winery in the Kakheti region at the foot of the Caucasus Mountains and in the valley of the Alazani River.
The limited, very small volume of wine produced each year makes this product truly unique. To a large extent, this wine is made for family and friends, but now you can also enjoy the taste of this wonderful drink.
Wine from a very rare autochthonous grape variety Khikhvi, made according to the traditional Kakhetian technology in qvevri with prolonged maceration of the must on the pulp and ridges. This gives the white grape wine a unique amber color, body and tannins. In addition, spicy and peppery notes, minerality and woody nuances are brighter in the wine produced using this technology. A truly unusual wine worth trying for those for whom ordinary white wines seem too boring.
In order to fully appreciate the taste and aroma of orange wines, we do not recommend chilling them below 18 degrees and opening them some time before use.