Kvanchkara is a medium-sweet red wine made from a blend of mujuretuli and aleksandreuli grapes. It's aromas of smoky, wild strawberries are followed on the palate by a mellow blend of dried fruit, pomegranate, and a touch of caramel and almonds, though there's plenty of lively acidity to keep it fresh and balanced. Matches with desserts, walnut cake, or soft, full-flavored cheeses. Serve at 54–58 degrees F.
50% Aleksandreuli, 50% Mujuretuli. In the middle of Alazani Valley, lies Kakheti's largest and most important city, Telavi. Just outside the city is where Telavi Wine Cellar was founded in 1915. For nearly a century, Telavi has blended innovation with a sense of history, keeping faithful to the noble traditions of Kakhetian winemaking, while adapting to modern methods to produce wines that would please the most refined and discerning global palate.