What to drink this weekend: Saperavi, a noble Georgian red

Winemaking in Georgia goes back at least 8,000 years. But this dry red is no stone-age drink.

What to drink this weekend: Saperavi, a noble Georgian red

Winemaking in Georgia goes back at least 8,000 years. But this dry red is no stone-age drink.

All-purpose spice blend captures spirit of Georgia

It has an aromatic backbone of blue fenugreek, dried marigold flowers, coriander, dill, and hot pepper.

All-purpose spice blend captures spirit of Georgia

It has an aromatic backbone of blue fenugreek, dried marigold flowers, coriander, dill, and hot pepper.

Sulguni from Georgia is Craig LaBan’s cheese of the month

Sulguni is a semi-firm fat disk of brined cheese similar in look and texture to low-moisture mozzarella. It can be made of cow or buffalo’s milk, or a mix of the two, and can also be aged or intensely smoked.

Sulguni from Georgia is Craig LaBan’s cheese of the month

Sulguni is a semi-firm fat disk of brined cheese similar in look and texture to low-moisture mozzarella. It can be made of cow or buffalo’s milk, or a mix of the two, and can also be aged or intensely smoked.
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