European-style Kisi wines are relatively rare on the Georgian market. Over the past few years, only two companies have made such wine—the others preferring to produce Kisi according to the traditional Kakhetian method. This classic Kisi is straw-coloured and has very pleasant first aromas, beginning with dill and sage and finishing with fruit. It has quite a long finish, and would best be served with mushroom or citrus salads or with different starters such as steamed fish with spices.
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