Impressions: A stand out cuvee from Jordanov featuring a Georgian grape that dates back to 3000 BC, making it one of the oldest grape varieties in the world. Elegant notes of Granny smith apple, ripe pear, peach, kiwi, and starfruit leap from the glass. The palate is plush with electric acidity lending to a well-rounded body. A sophisticated midpalate plays with subtle tones of pineapple before descending into a crisp and delightfully dry finish with lasting impressions of white pepper and ginger. Pair with a variety of fresh summer salads or a personal favorite: Baba Ghanoush.
About The Producer: Winemaker Minco Jordanov is extremely passionate about putting his country on the map of as far as serious winemaking goes. He keeps his production level exceedingly high and his prices modest, all of his fruit vines are dry farmed even though he is in one of the most arid zones with over 280 days of sunshine. Minco grows roughly twenty different varietals on his property, the majority being indigenous.