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Tamada is one of Sydney's leading suppliers of premium quality products from Georgia. With the aim of promoting the best traditional Georgian products, our team imports various kinds of native food and wines from the best brands in the country. Tbilvino, Winiveria, David Sarajishvili and Kula to name a few.
We offer a great selection of Georgian non-Qvevri and Qvevri/Amphora wines and also sparkling wines. Whether you are craving for sweet, fortified or dry flavoured wines, our pantry has the best wines and spirits to offer at competitive prices. Offered at discounted prices, Tamada also has mixed cases or packages that you can serve at special events to create a lasting impression on your guests.
Tamada's product line is not limited to wines. Our company is also known for offering special spices such as the famous Khmeli Suneli, dry ajika, kharcho seasoning, Imeretian saffron and other seasoning from Georgia. On top of that, our pantry has different flavours of caviar to enjoy. All made in healthy and high quality ingredients, Tamada is also a home to the best Georgian traditional churchkhela candies. All of these are offered at affordable prices.
Order our products and transform your usual party to an impressive and memorable one. Check out our product pages and see for yourself the premium products that our team takes pride on.
Saperavi is the main red grape variety in Georgia and since the break-up of the Soviet Union, it is starting to make big waves worldwide.
Saperavi means “color/dye.” Like Alicante Bouschet, it is teinturier with red flesh and red juice. This dark-skinned and dark-fleshed grape makes deep red, inky, and often opaque wine with heavy body and profound texture. Some wineries in the country label it as black wine instead of red. Due to the grape’s marked acidity and myriad characteristics of black fruit, licorice, chocolate, earth, smoked meat, tobacco, savory spice, and pepper, it is extremely versatile and can be made into rosé, dry, semi-sweet, sweet, and fortified wines. A dry red Saperavi wine resembles a mix between Blaufrankisch and Syrah.