Rated 88 - The 2017 Dry White is mostly a Voskehat with 10% Khatuni and 5% each of Qrdi and Garan Demak, unoaked and coming in at 13.5% alcohol and with 4.9 grams of total acidity. This has plenty of power on the finish but not much lift to the fruit. That said, the pure power on the finish coupled with the good concentration makes this impressive as a fresh white that can hold up to many food pairings, even if it sometimes seems a bit stolid. The grape is fairly neutral—there isn't exactly much personality. There is a bit of a reductive hint, but that does not really mar the wine. This can hold a few years, but it drinks well now too.