The first associations with white wines are weightlessness and freshness, delicate aromas of flowers, herbs, white berries and various fruits. This is how you can characterize the representatives of the “light” group. These wines either did not know the barrel at all, or spent only a little time in the oak, and therefore preserved as much as possible the bright varietal flavors that sommeliers also call primary. The reverse side of white wine characters is a delicate power, complexity and richness, which in many ways gives aging in oak barrels. In the cellar, these wines acquire so-called secondary flavors-from vanilla and coconut to toast, caramel and spices. The fruit and floral components soften and fade into the background, complementing the creamy texture. If you want to get acquainted with white Georgian wines – welcome to Loiswine!