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Khvanchkara 2014 – Tbilvino

Price: 17.99  GBP (Equivalent per bottle) ABV: 11%

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Note: Please place your order by Sunday 17th December to receive your wines in time for Christmas

Another of Georgia’s unique gently sweet reds, which has been manufactured since 1907, and was reputedly the favourite wine of Stalin; it is made from a blend of two local grapes, Alexandrouli and Mujuretuli, and grown in the controlled appellation zone of Khvanchkara, on the slopes of the Caucasus Mountains in the Racha-Lechkhumi region of Northern Georgia.

Aromas of smoky, wild strawberry are followed on the palate by a mellow blend of dried fruit, pomegranate and a touch of caramel, though there’s plenty of lively acidity and a light peppery taste helps balance out its sweetness. Try it chilled as an aperitif, or with chocolatey puddings and nuts.