All of the wines from Pheasant’s Tears are fermented and aged in qvevri. These vessels have been used to ferment and store wines since 6000BC. They are made from clay and lined with beeswax then buried underground where the temperature remains constant. Tvkveru is an indigenous red grape variety and the rosé has aromas of rhubarb, hibiscus and tea leaf.
Awarded 89 points and Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their February 2018 edition article (Expert's Choice) on Georgia (see blue link below).
After a 2 week maceration, this wine spent 7 months in Qvevri, (pottery tanks buried in ground), before being bottled.
This delicate wine has soft tannins, medium body with silky texture, gentle aromas of cherries, strawberries and wildflowers.