You want O.G. O.G.? This might be it: Georgia's home to the oldest continuous winemaking tradition in the world, and Dzelshavi is thought to be the most ancient of all of its grape varieties. Guess what: it tastes like what it is: this is as close as a bottle gets to affording you the opportunity to travel the Transcaucasian Silk Road, 15 centuries ago. Think: Keemun black tea, quince paste, Turkish tobacco, rosehips, pine resin-laden Christmas spices. All that, and it only weighs in at only 10.5% alcohol, besides! A Georgian summer wine, this is a pure, naturally made wonder-wine: as if Trousseau grew its beard out and went way, way East.