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            • Dr. Konstantin Frank Rkatsiteli 2020
              Rkatsiteli from Finger Lakes, New York, Other U.S.
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              Learn about Rkatsiteli — taste profile, popular regions and more …

              One of the most ancient grape varieties, cultivated in the Republic of Georgia for millennia, Rkatsiteli remains today the country’s most ubiquitous and popular white wine variety. It is important as well in many former Soviet-aligned countries where its cold-hardiness allows it to survive extreme winters and the grape’s inherent high acidity prevents over ripening in hot summers.

              Tasting Notes for Rkatsiteli

              Rkatsiteli is a dry white wine with taut acidity and significant texture on the mid-palate with characteristics of pear, citrus, fennel, tea leaf and a mineral finish.

              Perfect Food Pairings for Rkatsiteli

              Spicy and aromatic dishes from the Balkans through the Middle East and into southern Asia pair superbly with Rkatsiteli, like lamb kabobs, biryani, smoked salmon or eggplant and curries.

              Sommelier Secrets for Rkatsiteli

              The climate of the Finger Lakes, New York is so similar to the wine regions of Georgia, that the conditions have inspired significant plantings there.

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