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Georgian wine: Marani Mukuzani red dry

For generations, Georgia has taken pride in its distinction as the birthplace of wine. It is believed by many archeologists that Georgia is source of world’s first agriculture grapevine and Neolithic wine production. The recent discovery of 8,000 year-old grape seeds and remains of vines sealed inside ancient clay vessels only reinforces Georgia’s position as the world’s cradle of viticulture and world’s longest unbroken tradition of winemaking.

Tasting Notes

Color: Deep red color

Aromas: The wine shows aromas of black cherry, dark chocolate with sprinkling of vanilla and spice

Palate: Generous ripe mouth-filling fruit on the palate with notes of damson, followed by robust tannins and extended finish


Grapes are hand-picked at the optimum of their maturity. Soft de-stemming and crushing is followed by fermentation at controlled temperature (23-28°C) in stainless steel tanks. Wine was fermented using the cultural yeast strains. Skin and cap management was performed by délestage and remontage. After 12-15 days of maceration, wine was racked clean and transferred for malolactic fermentation and 10-12 month of aging in 225 l oak barriques, which was complemented by aging in stainless steel tanks and bottles at the optimum temperature.

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