Not That Georgia

New Wines from the Ancient Vines of a New Republic


In Leningrad, back in 1990, the Georgian bars were the place to be. While the Berlin Wall was falling, the reality hadn’t really sunk in for most Russians; basic necessities like food and shoes were still hard to come by, and it wasn’t clear at the time if life would…

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This story appears in the print issue of December 2018.
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