Silk Road Rkatsiteli Qvevri Amber
5 in stock
Region: Napareul, Georgia
Grape varieties: 80% Rkatsiteli and 20% Mtsvane
Silk Road Rkatsiteli Qvevri Amber is a unique orange wine aged 6 months in qvevri. This natural wine has notes of apple, apricot, and spice.
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5 in stock
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About Silk Road Rkatsiteli Qvevri Amber
Silk Road Rkatsiteli Qvevri Amber is a unique amber wine aged 6 months in qvevri. This natural skin-contact wine has notes of apple and apricot with a hint of spice. 80% Rkatsiteli and 20% Mtsvane grape from the appellation controlled microzone of Napareuli in Kakheti.
About Silk Road Wines
Adalbert “Yanick” Arakelov, co-founding partner and CEO of Silk Road Wines, was born in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. It was when he could not find his favorite Georgian wines in stores, he decided to import them, and is now living the American dream as an entrepreneur by starting and growing his own business.
Sharon Arakelov grew up as a military brat and moved around before settling in Tampa Florida that she now considers home. Sharon invited Barry and Candy Greer to join her and her husband Yanick on a vacation to the country of Georgia where they fell in love with the wine and together formed the Silk Road Wines brand.
Barry Greer began his career as a firefighter/paramedic after graduating from The Ohio State University. After successfully working in the marble and hotel industries, Barry partnered with good friend Yanick Arakelov and entered the wine business with AG Globaltrade LLC the distribution firm for Georgian wines, and is proud to be an owner of Silk Road Wines.
Candice Greer is a native of Tampa, Florida, and is one of the owners of Silk Road Wines. In working with her husband, Barry, she considers herself a ‘jack of all trades’ having been an executive secretary, office manager, and a variety of other jobs in the marble and tile industry. Now she and Barry can focus their efforts on their love of Georgian wines.