Made in the traditional Georgian manner in clay Qvevri jars, fermented on the skins and unfiltered. Very deep ruby Port colour. Medium-intensity nose of black cherry and some acrid floral aromas. High acidity, bitter tannins, cherry and blackcurrant fruit that tastes fresh but not particularly pleasant. Buy a bottle out of curiosity and a sense of adventure, but don’t expect a great wine. The label says it can age, which may be true, but I can’t see this improving.