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Chinuri is one of the prominent white grape varieties, historically known in Georgia as a source of quality wines. Golden straw color, with prevailing aromas of mint, pear and other yellow fruits. Delicately refined taste is fruity, with notes of pears and apricots laced with herbal complexity. The finish is long and persistent. Learn More

This semi-dry red wine is made from Ojaleshi grape variety cultivated in the mountainous region of Samagrelo in Western Georgia. A powerful, deep ruby color expresses an essence of ripe cherries and raspberries. Extremely sophisticated and elegant palate, with a delightful balance of fruitiness and tannic structure. Learn More

This dry white wine is made from Tsitska grape variety, which is cultivated in western Georgia. With a pale straw color, this delicate wine has flavor of note aromas of citrus and mountain flowers, These delightful flavors also lift the palate, joined with soft, pleasant sourness. Learn More

Ruby in color. Raspberry, strawberry, cherry plum and almond aromas. Well-balanced wine with complex flavors of cherries, raspberries, plums, redcurrant, with soft tannics and long pleasant finish. Learn More

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