This wine has been made in the winemaking art of "Qvevri": a traditional Georgian practice consisting of fermenting the grape juice in an egg-shaped terracotta vessel (similar to an amphora) which is buried underground.
Type: dry red (11.5°), natural wine
Grape: 100% Dzelshavi
Description: Bright ruby color. Pronounced aromas of red fruits, wild berries and black plums as well as a presence of paprika. On the palate we find a dry and light wine and a good medium acidity to give way to a rather long finish.
Vinification: put 6 months in Qvevri with skin contact
Recommendation: to taste between 14 and 16°C with slightly spicy food, varieties of meat or a sautéed vegetables