Winner of Silver Medal at the Chicago Beverage Testing Institute
"Clear dark amber colour. Spicy, earthy aromas and flavours of spicy fruitcake, dark sautéed nuts, leather, and varnished wood with a tannic, lively, dry-yet-fruity body and a warming, delightful, medium-long walnut skin and shell, artisan cola and birch beer, maple nut fudge, and clay and lumber finish. A flavourful, woody brandy sipper; try with cigars"
Style: Fruity & Spicy
Aroma: spicy fruitcake, dark sautéed nuts, leather, and varnished wood
Taste: walnut skin and shell, artisan cola and birch beer, maple nut fudge, and clay and lumber
Enjoy: on the rocks and with cigars
A flavourful, woody brandy sipper; try with cigars.
The first Georgian wine brandy was created thanks to tireless efforts and tremendous desire of David Sarajishvili. He was the first to establish classical brandy making technology in Georgia and to produce cognac. Sarajishvili has not only introduced the European wine making technologies in Georgia, but also conducted a study of the Georgian climate and soil for choosing right Georgian grape species and creating the best micro-zones for making vineyards. Established in 1884, the company produced its first product in 1887
David Sarajishvili’s work received tremendous praise internationally in 1889-1912. Georgian brandy was awarded with gold medals at Paris, Brussels and Chicago exhibitions. In 1913 the company earned the exceptional status: “the provider of Emperors house”.
Production of “Sarajishvili House” has been awarded with more than 250 prizes at international exhibitions, including 6 super grand prizes, 35 grand prizes, 1 double gold, 1 big gold and 155 gold medals. “Sarajishvili House” has been recognized not only at the local, but also at the international market. Nowadays, Sarajishvili brandy is exported to nearly 30 countries world-wide.