Artania White, Beykush
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Artania White, Beykush

Item # 50987 750mL

This dry, medium-bodied white is a blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Rkatsiteli, Chenin Blanc & Timorasso from vineyards close to the shores of the Black Sea. All varieties are vinified separately before blending and spending 5 months in stainless steel on the lees. Pair with varenyky.

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A kitchen sink blend that tastes like the sum of its constituent parts and yet still totally unexpected. Without intending to be dramatic, I genuinely haven't tasted a wine quite like this before. The bright acidity of Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, and Chenin are tempered by the riper, chewier notes from Chardonnay and Rkatsiteli, bringing what might seem like an unruly beast into a lovely, harmonious balance. Pour a glass and try not to be reminded of opening a bag of peach rings when you were a kid. But what is perhaps most unexpected about this wine is the place from which it comes to us: the Black Sea coast of Ukraine. That the blend of grapes works is a surprise; that the wine has made it here at all is nothing short of amazing. Enjoy it while you can!

- JA



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