Guardians Rkatsiteli Georgian Dry White
6 in stock
Region: Kakheti, Georgia
Grape variety: 100% Rkatsiteli
Guardians Rkatsiteli Georgian Dry White is a crisp and aromatic wine with notes of green and yellow melon, and ripe apricot, that pleasantly linger.
6 in stock
Save 10% when you buy six or more bottles (mix and match)
About Guardians Rkatsiteli Georgian Dry White
Guardians Rkatsiteli Georgian Dry White is a crisp and aromatic wine with notes of green and yellow melon, ripe apricot, and soft acidity that pleasantly linger.
Rkatsiteli is an ancient pale-skinned grape variety from the Republic of Georgia, the oldest wine-producing region on earth. Thought to have been cultivated there for several millennia, the variety remains the most popular white-wine grape variety in the country today.
About the Guardians label
Georgia gave birth to wine over 8,000 years ago and has guarded it ever since. Against all odds, Georgian men and women have made and enjoyed wine every year for the last 8 millennia. Guardians is a celebration of these heroes. As a mission-based brand, Guardians offer Georgian winemakers access to the U.S. market and American drinkers high-quality, accessible wines at great value.
As a tribute to Georgia’s heroes and the defenders of its winemaking tradition, Guardians pledges its support to Georgia’s economic revival, with a special emphasis on women and veterans.
Guardians supports local wine growers in Georgia by creating stable access to the largest wine market in the world: the United States. When you buy a bottle of Guardians wine, it has a direct impact on local high-quality farmers and Georgia’s overall economy. Together we can harness our economic impact to provide a stable more secure path for Georgia.
For 8,000 years women have made wine in Georgia, but often behind the scenes. By both honoring the legendary Georgian women on the labels and by donating a percentage of sales to organizations that support and invest in Georgian women winemakers, Guardians is committed to enabling a new generation of women to be the face of Georgian wine.