The wine has ruby-color with a reddish shade and glow, which is typical for this particular micro-zone and varietal. It has a distinguishable violet bouquet, and a soft, enjoyable taste. The sweetness of the wine balances harmoniously with the acidity, which pleasantly lingers on the tongue for awhile and also demonstrates the wine’s high quality.


  • Appelation


  • Type

    Premium Quality Semi-sweet, Red Wine

  • Varietal (grape sort)

    Aleksandrouli 70% and Mujuretuli 30%

  • Vintage


  • Alcohol content


  • Volume

    750 ml

  • Region

    Racha region

  • Food pairing notes

    Some Khvanchkara wines can be enjoyed with kidney beans with ham or with kidney bean pies, but other gentle kinds go well with red fruit and light cakes. This wine is an ideal accompaniment to traditional Georgian desserts like pelamushi (a kind of jelly made from grape juice), churchkhela (walnuts covered in solidified grape juice), kishmishi (raisins), dried fruit or baked pumpkin.


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