Chinuri/Saperavi 2019

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A rich red that is dry and unique followed by intense tannins! Strong aromas of fruit such as blackberry, mulberry, and blueberry. Pairs great with a meaty dinner.

Tasting Notes:Ā ļ»æFruitful notes of blackberry, mulberry and blueberry followed by intense tanninsĀ ļ»æ

Pairing Suggestions:Ā Game, Hard Cheese, Lamb

Kakheti, Georgia

Type: RedĀ | Vintage: 2019 | Sulfites: No Added | Alcohol: 11.8% | Varietal: Saperavi, Chinuri | Production: Organic, Vegan

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Producer Profile

Tamuna Bidzinashvili formed her winery Kortavebis Marani in 2014. She planted 2.5 ha in Kakheti and started making wine with negocian grapes while waiting for the vineyard to grow. Now 60% of the grapes used are from the Kortavebis Marani property, there are 35 indigenous grape varietals growing as a kind of library. The wines are made in the traditional Georgian way, aged in qveri. - Roni Selects.

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