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This premium example of Kindzmarauli PDO semi-sweet red wine originates in the foothills of the Caucusus Mountains at 250-550 meters above sea level. This Saperavi only area makes wines of exceptional quality on the left-bank of the Alazani River in Kakheti. Deeply scented fruits, velvety texture and bright acidity. More Details:
Traditionally, Kindzmarauli region made wines in honour of the 18th Century Georgian King Erekle II in thanks for reuniting the kingdoms of Kakheti and Kartli. These ‘Royal Wines’ were transported from vineyard to Palace in ceramic flasks which some produces continue to use today.
is the Georgian semi-sweet red wine produced in Kakheti near the Alazani River. Made with the grape variety Saperavi. It is higher in acidity and the wine colour is light ruby with a strong characteristic bouquet.
Wine type: Red Semi-Sweet
Grape Variety: Saperavi
Region: Kindzmarauli PDO
Description: The wine is a light ruby colour has a strong characteristic bouquet and aroma and a gentle harmonious, velvety taste. It dominates the flavour of plum and sweet grape juice. It tastes sweet and well-balanced. King Erekle Georgian terroir Royal wine was created in honour of Erekle II, the King of Kakheti and the whole of Eastern Georgia.
Taste with: Chocolate, ripe strawberry, cakes and red fruits.
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