Wine Man Mukuzani 2014
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.
100% Saperavi. Wine Man is a family-owned winery, founded by Alexandre I. Jorjadze in 1998 in Georgia, which has been making high-quality, classic Georgian wines since. Jorjadze comes from a noble dynasty of Kakhetian Dukes who had a significant influence in the development of Georgian wine production. Alexandre's grandfather, Prince Alexandre M. Jorjadze, was a well-known winemaker who had admirers of his wine in Tiflis. The company's ambition is to make the highest-quality wines, skillfully and harmoniously combining traditional methods of Georgian winemaking with modern technologies.