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. This a rosé, but unlike most - more like a textured and wild light red. Crunchy red berry spectrum, with bursts of herbs. So much structure, grip and layers of texture in the mouth. A fair whack of sediment makes for juicier, more concentrated pulpy and pithy drinking with a lean, tangy vinegar-esque acidity. One for a long lunch.