Georgian name (also Qvevri) for a clay amphora, see under Kvevri.
Name (also Kwewri, Quevri) for a bulbous wine vessel made of clay with a volume of up to 3,000 litres, which has been used for thousands of years in the Kakheti region of Georgia for a special form of vinification, the Kakheti process. The shape is very similar to the ancient...
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