KGM Saperavi Rosé is made from the Saperavi grape. The vineyard is located in the Kakheti region in East Georgia at approximately 500 meters above sea level.
The Saperavi grape is not without reason the best known and most grown grape in the country, it is the basis of many excellent wines that are mainly produced in the Kakheti region.
Normally a Rosé is made with very short skin contact. This Rosé is a unique exception: the Saperavi grape is one of the 15 teinturier grapes in the world. This means that the grape has red flesh and in the case of the Saperavi grape, a thick purple skin. The pressing of the grape is therefore sufficient to produce this Rosé. The beauty of this Rosé is that it also has a nice full taste, but has slightly present fresh acids that combine beautifully with the fruitiness. A beautiful and versatile wine that you can enjoy in the sun, but can also serve with a nice meal where fish such as mackerel is on the menu.