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White dry wine produced from Kisi, Mtsvane and Rkatsiteli grapes hand-picked in the vineyards located on the clopes of Manavi and Magrani, and fermented in Qvevries according on the ancient Georgian methodology. Aged in oak, amber-colored, with dried fruit aroma and walnut tincture. Perfect pair to grilled fish and salad. Learn More



Due to its color, refined taste, and high quality this wine deserves to be called "very special one." It exhibits a complex, fruity flavor which compliments meats and is also delicious as an appetizer. Learn More



This wine is pale straw color. Alazanis Valley has a unique delicate fruity flavor with a crisp, fresh finish. Compliments fish dishes, mushrooms and cheese. Learn More



D Collection Khvanchkara is a late-harvest, naturally semisweet red wine made from unique native varietals cultivated on the slopes of the Rioni Gorge, Repulic of Georgia. It is the "pearl" among the Georgian wines. It exhibits a deep ruby color, aromatic nose, and complex structure. A perfect accompaniment to fresh fruit, melon, fruit salads, light cheese, or desserts. Learn More



For 9 months, it is matured in oak barrels. The wine has a pale straw color, fine fruity bouquet, and mild, delicate taste. Goes well with fish, mushrooms, or cheese. Learn More



Kvanchkara Young is a late harvest, naturally semisweet red wine made from unique, native varietals cultivated only on the slopes of the Rioni Canyon, Republic of Georgia. It is the "pearl" among the Georgian wines. It exhibits a deep, ruby color, aromatic nose, and complex structure. A perfect accompaniment to fresh fruit, melon, fruit salads, light cheese, or dessert. Learn More



Two native varieties compose a natural marriage of white-flower blossom from mtsvane and persistent, fresh, and sapid fruit notes from kisi. The palate is smooth and velvety, refined and elegant, with a lingering and fresh finish. Drink alone as an apertif or pair with various vegetable dishes. Serve at 50–54 degrees F. Learn More



The blend of three grapes, all grown in Marani's Kondoli Vineyards: Saperavi, (with its deep red color, intense black-fruit-juice aromas, and big body), alexandreuli (lighter color and texture full of strawberry and sweet vanilla notes), merlot (with its concentrated ripe-fruit aromas at mid palate and touch of green grass at the end), compose a perfectly balanced wine with a bright crimson and brick rim at the edge. Pair with grilled meat, game, or matured cheese. Serve at 65 degrees F. Learn More



Telavuri Dry Red wine, traditional for the Telavi region of Kakheti, is produced from red local grapes grown on both banks of the Alazani River. This velvety, dark-ruby wine is inimitable with all types of grilled meats, especially from pork and beef. Store at 58–61 degrees F. Serve at 61–65 degrees F. Learn More



The wine has a rich amber color, specific varietal aromas combined with honey notes, and a balanced, harmonic taste. Great as an aperitif over ice or as acomplement to desserts. Best serving temperature is from 54–59 F. Learn More



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