Category: Appellation of Controlled Origin
Region: Racha, khvanchkara micro - zone
Variety: Aleksandrouli and Mujuretuli
Type: Naturally Semi-sweet red
Kvanchkara is one of the nation’s rarest and most precious wines. The original wine of Khvanchkara is produced since 1932, although wines of this style were produced much earlier. Khvanchkara continues to be one of the most popular wines nowadays - both in Georgia and abroad. Our Khvanchkara is the best specimen of this style wine.
We pick the selected grapes at 23-25% of sugariness and 7,5-8 titratable acidity. After removing the stem and de-pressing the clear juice is removed from the sediment and moved into fermentation reservoirs. We add the pure culture yeast. The fermentation proceeds at a low temperature of 18-22°C. As soon as the sugar level goes down to 7-5% during the fermentation, we cool it down to 3 degrees to stop fermentation and store it at -2-3°C degrees after filtration.
Aroma: Very effective aromas of red fruit, berries and flowers.
Flavor: Sweet wine with light tannins, ideal fusion of sweetness and acidity
Taste Wine at 13–15°C