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.
100% Saperavi. 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. The wines of Telavi Wine Cellar embody the personality and diversity of Georgian viticulture and highlight the determination to present the best of the diverse local grape varieties and distinguished terroir. "To taste our wines is to discover the secrets of Georgian winemaking transmitted through the ages from father to son."