Georgian red semi-sweet wine deserves the attention of all devotees of alcoholic products. It contains an optimal amount of sugar, but it is not added artificially. It is the natural sugar contained in the grapes. For a natural semi-sweet, the berries must have 22% sucrose. The best wines are produced in Georgia, respecting natural conditions and centuries-old traditions. The country's high-class drinks have a pomegranate-red hue and a bright flavor. Consumers can't help but be delighted by the velvety-tart taste and hints of ripe berries. The wine may contain up to 12% of sugar, which makes it possible to fully appreciate the virtues of a fine drink when combined with meat, fruit or desserts.