Krakhuna Qvevri is made through Georgian traditional winemaking method and aged in traditional clayvessels – in this case Imeretian equivalent of Qvevries: Churies, dug into the earth. This full-bodied dry wine of orange color is distinguished by its strong character as well as unique aroma and bouquet of orchard fruits, raisin and savory quince. The Silver Medal has been awarded to Krakhuna Qvevri at Decanter World Wine Awards 2019.
Ojaleshi is made from unique aborigine Georgian variety of dark-skinned grapes distinguished by its high quality and taste. This dry red wine is characterized with notes of meadow flowers, violet and mushrooms. Although deeply colored, the wine tends to be light-bodied. Ojaleshi ages well and peaks its quality if cellared for 10-15 years. Goes well with both, meats and vegetable.
This wonderful full-bodied dry red wine is made from one of the oldest grape varieties in Georgia, dated back to 7000 years B.C. The wine Otskhanuri Sapere has been considered as part of Colchian Culture that emerged and developed in the second millennium BC. The wine has an intense ruby color, is firmly structured and its aroma is characterized with notes of cherry and black currant. Goes best with veal, mutton or Georgian-style fried mushrooms. The wine ages well, peaking after 10-15 years, but can be cellared for an additional 20-30 years.
Tsolikouri Qvevri is made through Georgian traditional winemaking method and aged in traditional clay
vessels – in this case Imeretian equivalent of Qvevries: Churies, dug into the earth. The wine is made
from one of the best and widespread grape varieties in Georgia, through full skin contact and is
distinguished by notes of pear, orange peel and peach. Goes well with cheese, poultry and walnuts.
The wine is a product of a bold experiment by our winemaker, which has been widely recognized among wine experts. The wine is a coupage of Sviri Krakhuna and Lechkhumian Ojaleshi uniquely blended together. As a result this summer wine is characterized with a rich bouquet and stunning aroma.
Krakhuna is a white dry wine made from the grape variety of the same name originated from Kolkheti
and grown since then in Imereti, Georgia. This extraordinary wine is distinguished with its citrus aroma
and notes of lime and pear. Although light and tasty, Krakhuna contains 13% of alcohol. Goes best with
poultry and vegetables. The Bronze Medal has been awarded to our Krakhuna at Decanter World Wine