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Kisi

Kisi is a white grape variety native to Georgia, known for its aromatic and complex character, and used to produce a variety of styles from dry to semi-sweet wines

Varietal origin: Kisi is a white grape variety that is native to Georgia, where it has been grown and used for winemaking for centuries. It is one of the most important grape varieties in Georgian winemaking, particularly in the eastern region of Kakheti.

Typical taste profile: Kisi wines are often described as aromatic and complex, with flavors of stone fruits, tropical fruits, and citrus. They can also exhibit floral and honeyed notes, with a moderate acidity and sometimes a hint of tannins. Kisi wines are typically dry or off-dry, and can have a full-bodied, rich texture.

Regional styles: Kisi is primarily grown in Georgia, where it is used to produce a variety of styles ranging from dry to semi-sweet, still to sparkling wines. In traditional Georgian winemaking, Kisi is often fermented and aged in clay vessels called qvevri, which impart unique characteristics to the wines.

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