The Kolkha Mukuzani comes from the similarly named Mukuzani region in Kakheti. It’s one of the most famous and best rated regions of Georgia. Located on the southwestern bank of the Alazani River, where the soil is clay and lime. This region is best known for its dry red wine from the Saperavi grape, which is generally longer aged on oak than in other regions.
This Kolkha Mukuzani is produced in limited quantities from a few thousand bottles which are made from fresh and high quality grapes. Fermentation and long aging in oak barrels provide a wine with a unique taste and complexity.
This wine is also suitable for long storage in a cellar, the tannins become rounder and softer with age.
The wine is aged in old French oak barrels for 10-12 months and this has led to a complex taste of oak, tannins, fruit and vanilla. The wine has light shades of smoke, blackberry, cassis and is characterized by a long lingering finish.
The wine pairs perfect with grilled meat or a powerful cheese. But also in itself, this is a wonderful wine to enjoy.
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