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Tsinandali is a blend of rkatsitelli and mtsvane grapes. On the palate it is crisp and fresh with hints of banana and tropical salads. Its subtly creamy and complex taste is from partial aging in French Oak. Matches with grilled salmon, seafood, or vegetable dishes. Serve at 47–54 degrees F. Learn More

Tvishi is a medium-sweet white wine produced from tsolikauri grapes. It's a pale wine with a greenish tint and subtle scents of honeysuckle and apricots. It is delicately sweet but kept fresh and appealing by zesty acid, while the long aftertaste brings back, once more, the floral and fruity aromas. Enjoy on its own or with chicken or fish pates and cheeses. Serve at 47–50 degrees F. Learn More

Mukuzani is made made from saparavi grapes grown on the southern bank of the Alazani River, noted for its excellent location. The wine shows aromas of black cherry, dark chocolate, and a sprinkling of vanilla and spice. There's generous, ripe mouth-filling fruit on the palate, with notes of damson, followed by robust tannins. Matches with grilled meat, game, or medium-aged cheese. Serve at 65 degrees F. Learn More

Telavuri Dry White wine, traditional for the Telavi region of Kakheti, is produced from local grapes grown on the right bank of the Alazani River. The light-straw-colored wine is inimitable with traditional lamb and veal dishes and also goes very well with poultry and vegetable salads. Store at 58–61 degrees F. Serve at 47–54 degrees F. Learn More

This is a juicy wine with structure and finesse. Aromas of crushed rose petals, violets, plums and wild berries. The impression on the palate is one of firmly weighed fruit, a hint of sweetness, with a soft silky finish with a balance of tannin. Learn More

This medium-full bodied Saperavi shows a classic Saperavi profile with ripe sour cherry and pomegranate notes, vibrant acidity, and firm tannin. A perfect party wine since it will go with most things on the table. Learn More

The blend is named for the village where the grapes are cultivated, which is located within Kakheti along the Alazani river. Crisp, floral, yet balanced with flavors of apricot and apple. Goes especially well with salmon and variety of seafood. Learn More

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Table semi-sweet white wine "Alazani Valley" is made from Rkatsiteli grape variety grown in Kakheti viniculture zone. It has a pale straw color, an aroma of fresh fruits and flowers, a flavor of apples, pears and peaches with long and pleasant finish. Learn More

This dry, red table wine Ikhalto is made from the saperavi and cabernet franc grape varieties grown in the Kakheti viniculture zone. It has an intense red color, an aroma of berries and plums, and flavor of cow berries and black prunes with a long and pleasant finish. The wine is recommended with roast pork, beef, or strong cheese. Recommended serving temperatures of 60–64 degrees F. Learn More

Apellation-origin-controlled, naturally semisweet red wine. Produced from a premium saperavi grape variety harvested in Kindzmarauli-Kvareli-specific viticulture zone in the Kahketi province of Georgia. The wine features a deep red color, characteristic bouquet and aroma, and a gentle, harmonious, and velvety taste. Excellently complements fruits and desserts. Recommended serving temperature of 52–54 degrees F. Learn More

Apellation-origin-controlled, dry red wine. Produced from a premium saperavi grape variety harvested in the Mukuzani viticulture zone in the Kahketi province of Georgia. The wine features a deep ruby color. The nose is reminiscent of ripe berries. The palate is rich with ripe berries, plums, and subtle oak flavors. The tannins are mild and evenly balanced with acids. Excellently complements red meats or aged cheeses. Recommended serving temperature of 66–68 degrees F. Learn More

Full of blackberry and cherry aromas and flavors, this is full-bodied, complex and earthy. A fantastic introduction to Georgian wine. Learn More

Apellation-origin-controlled, dry white wine Tsinandali is made from rkatsiteli and mtsvane grape varieties grown in the Tsinandali-specific viniculture zone. The wine has a pale-straw color and pleasant mineral and perfumed aroma, accompanied by notes of apple, peach, quince, and vanilla. This wine is delicate, full bodied with refreshing acidity, and has a long finish. It pairs best with fish, white meats, salads, or seafood. Recommended serving temperature of 50–54 degrees F. Learn More

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