Potter Remi Kbilashvili makes qvevris, or clay pots used in Georgian wine making, in his backyard workshop on April 9, 2015. Wine planning under the Soviet Union sidelined this 8,000-year-old tradition, but now the qvevri is at the forefront of a back-to-the-roots wine revolution in Georgia.
Potter Remi Kbilashvili makes qvevris, or clay pots used in Georgian wine making, in his backyard workshop on April 9, 2015. Wine planning under the Soviet Union sidelined this 8,000-year-old tradition, but now the qvevri is at the forefront of a back-to-the-roots wine revolution in Georgia. Daniella Cheslow McClatchy
Potter Remi Kbilashvili makes qvevris, or clay pots used in Georgian wine making, in his backyard workshop on April 9, 2015. Wine planning under the Soviet Union sidelined this 8,000-year-old tradition, but now the qvevri is at the forefront of a back-to-the-roots wine revolution in Georgia. Daniella Cheslow McClatchy

In once Soviet Georgia, an 8,000-year-old wine tradition returns

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