Akhasheni is a semi-sweet red wine of appellation controlled origin (AOC), made with Saperavi grapes grown in the Akhasheni micro- viticulture zone, in the Kakheti region of Georgia. The wine is sweet by nature and has a dark pomegranate color. Sweet cherry and black plum aromas prevail in the nose.
Alazani Valley is a sub region within Kakheti in the Georgia Republic and the Valley is slightly warmer than the rest of Kakheti, and so the grapes tend to get riper and more sweet. The region's main grape variety is Rkatsiteli, however, the reds made by Saperavi possess the flovours
The wine retains good acidity, even in the hottest summers and it has a balance of sugars and acids and the valley’s main grape variety is Rkatsiteli, which means "red stem", the style that starts out with a light straw color, and grows more golden as the wines age. It
Made from a careful selection of grapes produced in Kakheti region. Chacha is a strong spirit made from double distilled grape pomace. Georgian Chacha is versitile in it's taste characteristics and aromas. It is an extremely popular traditional strong alcoholic drink in Georgia and the honored representative of Georgian gastronomic
Chacha is a traditional Georgian clear and strong distillate made from the pulp, skins, seeds and stems of indigenous Rkatsiteli and Mtsvane grapes using unique technology, including double distillation of a grape must in old fashion copper stills. The original recipe was passed down through generations. Our flavored Chacha is
Harvested after the first snow during the frost in early winter in our KGM’s vineyards, from Cabernet sauvignon grapes of specially Teliani appellation. The grapes have been specially cared for carefully handpicked and immediately pressed, wine is separated and fermented with control temperature. Wine is glimmering and gold color with
Khvanchkara is a semi-sweet red wine of appellation of controlled origin (AOC), made with grapes Aleksandrouli and Mujuretuli, grown in the Khvanchkara micro-viticulture area of the Racha-Lechkhumi region of Georgia. The wine is a dark ruby-coloured, tender mild and with well-balanced sweetness and acidity, which makes it especially piquant. The
Aphrodisiac of Georgia or reminiscent of Amarone! This semi-sweet red has long been the top seller and grown in the Kindzmarauli micro-region. Medium plus acidity stabilises sweetness and offers sophisticated balance to the wine. Reminiscent of Malbec and Port with its pronounced sultana, dried fruits and creamy notes with a
Mtsvane is a light-skinned, citrus-tinged grape variety native to the Georgian Republic. The name, which means "green" in the Georgian language. Viognier and Marsanne have a touch of resemblance on the nose and palate with (tropical fruits) pineapple, mango, apricot and pear with oily texture and balanced structure.
Vinification: No Skin
I am Saperavi, the alfa indigenous red variety. Soviet Federation favored me due to my resistance againts hars climate. On this occasion I was grown in Mukuzani micro-viticulture of Kakheti region and relishing intense cherry and ripe blackberry aromas, with hints of black pepper, followed by pleasant toasty notes.
The wine is named after the celebrated Georgian painter Niko Pirosmanishvili, which sort of reflect his colour preferences for his canvas. The canvas/terroir of this delicious Pirosmani from the high altitude, gravel soils of Kakheti serves juicy, fruit forward and easy drinking sensation. We are fully aware that Georgians love
Qvevri is a 8000 years old ancient Georgian wine production technique, protected by UNESCO. Whole production stage from punching to ageing takes a place inside the qvevri (giant clay amphora) buried underground. This white Qvevri has body and a touch of short and subtle spicy notes with a full of
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