You cannot call yourself an orange wine diehard if you have not explored it’s heartland, Georgia. The keepers of the amber wine tradition, qvevri fermentation and a wealth of indigenous varieties that cannot be paralleled, Georgian wine is something otherworldly entirely. Vino Martville is a tiny producer, keeping only half a hectare of vineyard. Within there though are many wild, co-existing varieties such as Ojaleshi, Orbeluri Ojaleshi, Tsolikauri and Krakhuna. Everything is farmed using organic methods, and he also works with other winegrowers in various parts of Georgia. He only makes about 4000 bottles of wine a year. This orange wine is surreal, textural, wild.