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Vintage: 2014
Grape Varieties:
Saperavi 100% Colour: Red Wine
Alcohol Level: 12.5%
Production Style: Conventional
Closure: Natural Cork

Availability: Out of stock


Bottle Size: 750ml bottle
This silky smooth, elegantly fruity red is equally deserving of your best glassware. With its sumptuous spiced cherry and raspberry flavour and creamy vanilla hints from gentle barrel ageing, it's a dead ringer for good Saint Emilion. No Merlot or Cabernet in sight though - it's pure Saperavi. Little known beyond the former Soviet states, this ancient variety is said to be "at its distinctively plummy best for between four and thirty years"Jancis Robinson MW.

The Domaine
The story of Tbilvino begins in early sixthies of the XX century.The company was restructured in 1999 and equipped with modern European equipment. By that time the company developed new philosophy and new approaches aimed at producing high quality wines for the wine consumers.
As a result of these innovations Tbilvino produces 78 different wines under four Trade Marks – Tbilvino, Georgian Valleys, Iveriuli and Special Reserve.
In partnership with Internaational Finance Corporation (IFC) Tbilvino began establishment of grape primary processing plant in Kakheti region in January 2012. The plant will be equipped with Italian grape processing equipment. In 2009, 2010 and 2011 Tbilvino was the largest exporter of Georgian wines. The company successfully exports wines to 28 countries worldwide.During the past 7 years Tbilvino wines were awarded with Gold, Silver and Bronze medals at renowned and prestigious international wine competitions such as Decanter - London, IWSC - London, Concours Mondial de Bruxelles- Brussels, etc.

Decanter World Wine Awards,
Medaled 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 Silver

Food Pairing
Just beginning to show some complexity, this 2011 red is particularly delicious with fattier meats such as lamb, duck or goose.

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