One of the first organic certified estates in Georgia (and now in conversion to biodynamics and Demeter certification). Sadly this is not one of Beka Gotsa’s best efforts (he has made some great wines in recent years). It’s unattractively volatile on the nose, brutally tannic (which is typical of the variety, it has to be said) and then (even with a freshly opened bottle) recedes quickly into a mucky, mouse-tainted finish.
Perhaps further time in the bottle will improve things, however I’m not confident in this case.
For better examples of Beka’s wines, try his blends (Rkatsiteli – Mtsvane and Tsitska – Tsolikouri) or his Pet Nats.