John Wurdeman has helped reinvigorate the historic, incredible wine community of Georgia, a hotbed of natural winemaking, and, of course, the iconic orange/amber wines. His toil is a patchwork of unique vineyard sites, amongst which there is a good planting of organic-farmed kisi, an indigenous grape variety of the region. The wine is full of chalky texture, saline mineral detail, ripe and dried apply tang. A complex, moreish wine of excitement. And, a great place to dip your toe into the idiosyncratic wines of Georgia.