A blend of two indigenous Imeretian varieties, Tsitska and Tsolikouri, made by the young woman winemaker Baia Abuladze along with her sister Gvantsa and brother Giorgi. This is the lightest of Baia's three white wines even though it has the same maceration time as their Tsolikouri. Its lightness and crispness is result of the Tsitska in the blend. Both the varieties are high acid lower sugar grapes having adapted to the more humid western Georgian climate. All the fruit is estate grown in the vineyards in the village of Obcha, hand picked and hand sorted. After destemming the wine is pressed and put into stainless steel with partial skins and fermentation starts spontaneously.
Grapes: 30% Tsitska - 70% Tsolikouri
Notes of wild pear and green apple, hazelnut, apricot, lovely high acid good weight on the pallet, slight tannin on the edges, finish of honeycomb.