Georgian Red Dry Wine
Georgian red dry wine is a beloved product from the oldest wine-making region of the world. With hundreds of autochthonous varieties, the country is famous for its unique wine culture.
- The red dry wines have a strength of 10-12% and are produced according to Kakhetian technologies.
- They are aged in oak barrels which gives them a unique flavor and aroma.
- If aged for more than three years, the wine becomes heavier in taste and texture.
- The wines have a deep burgundy color and a distinct Imeretian production process.
- The production process differs depending on the variety, with the branches of grapes being separated or not during fermentation, affecting the taste and organoleptic properties.
People appreciate Georgian red dry wine for its unique flavor and cultural significance, and it is often paired with traditional Georgian cuisine.