MAKE CHANGE TOGETHER
Join our charity online tasting experience with master of wine Lisa Granik
on July 14th @ 7pm
LET'S MAKE CHANGE TOGETHER
No child should be left without loved ones. Sadly, life has its own rules. At Henry’s Wines we believe lives can be changed. We want to do our share.
We have created a charity event, sales will be donated to “Holding On Letting Go”, Kent based charity organisation that helps children to cope with the death of someone close to them.
Buy 3 bottles of artisan wines and receive an exclusive access to online wine tasting webinar held by Master of Wine Lisa Granik & Henry’s Wine who will explore “Why Everyone is talking about Georgian Wine”
This is a rare opportunity to hear from Master of Wine about Georgian wine, its history and why it is fashionable now to drink Georgian Wine. This is an interactive event. You will be able to ask her questions directly and find out more.
Together with Henry she will create a truly memorable experience.
HOW IT WORKS:
Place the order
We will send you the bottles of Georgian wines listed above.
Once you have placed your order you will be sent the link and login details to the event. Last date to place the order 12th of July
The event is held on Zoom that you will need to create an account for free and can join the event from your mobile, desktop or tablet on the date.
“ Henry’s wines “ - we offer the best Georgian wine selection online.
Henry`s wine portfolio is multifarious and there is a choice for every pallet: the best of the Georgian artisan “Qvevri” wines, finest Georgian wines made using European technology, and finally, the first English “Qvevri Wines” produced in Plumpton, West Sussex.
Founder and winemaker - Henry Mchedlishvili is originally from Kakheti –a famous winemaking region in Georgia which is often referred as a “Georgian Bordeaux”.
Henry grew up in winemaking traditions. His ancestors were traditionally making wine and tending vineyards in Kakheti.
It was not a big surprise that since his relocation to London Henry started to think about importing wines from Georgia.
Now, with more than decade of experience and great success, “Henry’s wines” has gained the reputation of a unique place to buy fine wine directly from Georgia, carefully picked and selected by Henry himself.
Henry not only imports fine wines directly from the carefully selected wineries in Georgia, he recently started unique project in collaboration with the Plumpton Agricultural College Wine department.
Using Unesco Protected Georgian Winemaking Technology which is more than 8000 years old - Henry ferments and produces English grapes using ancient method which is still used in Georgia buy artisan winemakers- instead of stainless still tanks the fermentation and the winemaking is done in clay vessels - “Qvevries” - buried in soil.
Result is amazing- delicate, very well balanced first English Qvevri wine made by Henry.
All English Wines made in Plumpton “Marani” - winery built using ancient Georgian technology are very without usage of artificial yeast and have a low sulphur levels.
Lisa became a Master of Wine in 2006. She has a BS and MS in Foreign Service from Georgetown University, a JD from Georgetown, her LL.M and doctorate from Yale Law School. Widely published both in wine and in the law, she is the recipient of numerous awards and fellowships, among them two distinct Fulbright Scholarships (in 1990-91 and in 2017-18), and the Thomas Jefferson Award from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. She is currently serves on the governing Council of the Institute of Masters of Wine and the Women in Wine Leadership Symposium. She served as a Board Member of the Institute of Masters of Wine (North America) from 2007-2018.
Her multiple speaking engagements include the Smithsonian Institution, the Cité du Vin et Civilization in Bordeaux and numerous conferences. Lisa frequently judges in wine competitions; her writings on wine have appeared in publications such as Sommelier Journal, The World of Fine Wine, and The New York Times. Most recently, she has published The Wines of Georgia (2020) and in writing an annual Granik’s Guide to Georgian Wines.