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1205 11th St., NW

Washington, DC 20001

(202) 789-1205

noun su·pra \ ‘sü-prə

  • A traditional tablecloth characteristic of The Republic of Georgia

  • A Georgian feast featuring an abundance of food, wine, and toasts ( sometimes poetic, often lengthy, occasionally punctuated by song )

  • DC’s first restaurant featuring all of the above

Spring Wine Fling Offer

Stori Rkatsiteli-Mtsvane, 2013 ($15)

 

An outstanding but accessible example of traditional Georgian winemaking.  This is an amber wine, which is the world’s oldest style of wine, in this case from the world’s oldest wine culture – 8,000 vintages and counting! (Amber wine is what happens when you take white-skinned grapes and ferment them together with their skins, the way you would normally make red wine.) 

 

Stori makes their amber wines by hand in the traditional way, in large underground terracotta vessels called ‘qvevri.’  Pair with something cheesy, like our warm, crunchy Elarji fritters or any of our cheese Khachapuri, or try it with grilled pork or chicken Mtsvadi!

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