- Georgian რქაწითელი (rkaciteli, literally "red stem"). (Wiktionary)
“Rkatsiteli is a smooth, satisfying, and structured white that I think has a bright future in the Finger Lakes.”
“That Rkatsiteli is far from the only New York wine that will touch bloggers 'palates over the three-day conference however.”
“In Western Europe and the United States, however, Rkatsiteli is very rare.”
“In the past year, I've chosen a Long Island malbec, an Rkatsiteli from the Finger Lakes and Tocai Friulano from the Hudson Valley.”
“I've written about Dr. Konstantin Frank's 2006 Rkatsiteli already, but I chose it for this month for a variety of reasons.”
“I had never heard of, let alone tasted, a wine made from the Rkatsiteli grape until I tasted a 2006 bottling from Dr. Konstantin Frank Vinifera Wine Cellars, on the western shore of Keuka Lake.”
“And so, it was with much excitement that I got to try the Dr. Konstantin Frank 2007 Rkatsiteli ($18).”
“Shouldn't we all be drinking Rkatsiteli, Muscat, and Gewurztraminer instead of Chardonnay?”
“In addition to enjoying the meals, tastings and discussions, I'll be pouring (along with Finger Lakes contributor Melissa Dobson) Dr. Konstantin Frank's 2006 Rkatsiteli as a part of the live blogging portion of Friday's schedule.”
“I love the Chateau Frank wines, particularly the Gewurztraminer and the Rkatsiteli.”
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