Red semi-sweet wine, made from Saperavi and Rkatsiteli grapes from the Kakheti region, Georgia. Named after a famous Georgian painter Niko Pirosmani, the wine displays dark cherry colour with tender aromas and pleasant sweet taste. After four days on the skins, the wine is pressed off and ﬁnished in primary fermentation tanks at 25/27°C. Warm ferments help attain a more tasteful character. This delightful wine has mild spice and light berry fruit on the nose, with soft fusion of sweet fruit and cultured spice on the palate. Smooth and velvety, it’s great with Camembert and various desserts.
Country of Origin: Georgia
Wine Region: Kakheti, Georgia.
Type: Semi-sweet red
Volume: 750 ml
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Grape variety: Saperavi (85%) and Rkatsiteli (15%)
Colour: Dark cherry
Fermentation: After four days on the skins, the wine is then pressed off and finishes primary fermentation in stainless steel tanks at 25/27°C. Warm ferments help produce a fleshier character.
Tasting Notes: Wine starts with a mild spice and light berry fruit on the nose, then bursts into a soft fusion of sweet fruit and cultured spice on the palate.
Food pairing: Enjoyable on its own, it’s also great with Camembert or various deserts.
Serving temperature: 12-14°C.