RSHA

THE ESSENCE OF EARTH

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In our craft we attempt to unearth and bring out the very taste of the soil. Like the vine, digging deeper into the earth, with each year we cultivate our practices further, exploring new methods, adopting new techniques with care, blending these with our own findings persistently, until these new methods too become our own.

Current collection - 2019

ANTHOS
RKATSITELI | 2019

Vintage: 2019

POD: Kindzmarauli

Region: Kvareli, Kakheti

Alcohol: 12.0%

Grape Varieties: Rkatsiteli

Colour: Pale Gold

Sweetness: Dry

Vessel Type: Qvevri

Style/Method: Traditional: Grapes are crushed and fermented in Qvevri with prolonged skin contact up to 3 months. No temperature control in the fermentation process. No additives or artificial yeasts used.


TASTE IT AT: 11ºC
GRAVITAS
KISI - KHIKHVI | 2018

Vintage: 2018

POD: Kindzmarauli

Region: Kvareli, Kakheti

Alcohol: 12.3%

Grape Varieties: 50% Kisi, 50% Khikhvi ⍡ Hand Harvested

Colour: Amber Gold

Sweetness: Dry

Vessel Type: Qvevri

Style/Method: Traditional: Grapes are crushed and fermented in Qvevri with a prolonged skin contact up to 6 months. No temperature control in the fermentation process. No Additives or artificial yeasts used.


TASTE IT AT: 14ºC
VERMILION
SAPERAVI | 2018

Vintage: 2018

POD: Kindzmarauli

Region: Kvareli, Kakheti

Alcohol: 12.8%

Grape Varieties: Saperavi ⍡ Hand Harvested

Colour: Medium Ruby

Sweetness: Dry

Vessel Type: Qvevri

Style/Method: Traditional: Grapes are crushed and fermented in Qvevri with prolonged skin contact up to 6 months. No temperature control in the fermentation process. No additives or artificial yeasts used.


TASTE IT AT: 18ºC

Our approach is simple as it has always been to expose, to the best extent possible, varietal character of the grape itself with minimal interference, whilst ensuring that our wines enjoy the best health and a sound longevity.
— ROSHA Team

THE ART OF QVEVRI
QUALITY FORGED IN QVEVRI
All our wines are Qvevri wines:

Qvevri is a natural clay-pot which is traditionally buried (or half-buried) under the ground. A recent revival of this age-old Georgian Qvevri culture, which the wine-makers across the world have widely embraced, has once more proven what we always knew: Qvevri is the best, most natural vessel for fermentation and safekeeping the wine. Grapes are crushed and fermented in Qvevri, it keeps the wine at the earth’s natural temperature.