Experience the rich and complex flavors of Georgian red wine with this degustation set. Each bottle is carefully crafted using traditional Georgian winemaking techniques that have been perfected over thousands of years.
Mukuzani: Made from the Saperavi grape, Mukuzani is a full-bodied red wine with a deep ruby color and aromas of black cherry and plum. This wine is aged in oak barrels for at least three years, resulting in a rich, smooth finish. Mukuzani is named after the small village of Mukuzani in the Kakheti region, where it is produced.
Napareuli: Another Saperavi-based wine, Napareuli is known for its velvety texture and flavors of ripe blackberry and cherry. It is aged in oak barrels for up to two years, giving it a balanced and complex finish. Napareuli is produced in the village of Napareuli in the Kakheti region.
Kindzmarauli is a famous Georgian semi-sweet red wine made from Saperavi grapes. It is named after the village of Kindzmarauli in the Kakheti region of Georgia. The wine has a deep red color and a fruity aroma of black cherry, raspberry, and blackberry. It has a sweet taste with a moderate level of acidity and soft tannins. Kindzmarauli is a great wine to pair with desserts and cheeses, and it is also a popular wine for celebrations and special occasions.
Alexandrouli: This semi-sweet red wine is made from the indigenous Alexandrouli grape, which is grown exclusively in Georgia. It has a unique flavor profile with notes of dark fruit and a hint of sweetness. Alexandrouli is produced in the western part of Georgia, in the region of Imereti.
Pirosmani: Named after the famous Georgian painter, Niko Pirosmani, this semi-dry red wine is made from a blend of Saperavi and Rkatsiteli grapes. It has a bright ruby color and flavors of raspberry and blackcurrant. Pirosmani is aged in oak barrels for up to two years, giving it a smooth and well-balanced finish.
Khvanchkara: This semi-sweet red wine is made from a blend of the rare Aleksandrouli and Mujuretuli grapes, which are grown only in the Racha region of Georgia. It has a deep red color and flavors of cherry, blackberry, and chocolate. Khvanchkara is named after the small town of Khvanchkara, where it has been produced since the 19th century.