Tag Archives: South Ossetia

• Wine, Women, and the WTO

Wine, Women, and the WTO

It was a wonderfully Georgian scene. We sat in a little brick farmhouse at the table of a magnificently jolly host named Jumber, who served barbecued pork and wine he had made just a few yards away. Through the window I could see rows of vines, then a medieval church perched on a rock, with […]