Qvevris Saperavi (Vintage 2017) wine is produced using “Qvevri method.” A Qvevri is a uniquely Georgian creation, a large subterranean clay vessel, in which wines are fermented and matured on both skins and stems. This gives Qvevri wines a dimension of flavour and aroma not found in other wines.
"The best clay-pot-aged Saperavi I’ve ever had was the 2014 ‘Qvevris’ Saperavi produced by TbilVino. It combined the black olive character present in the Vita Vinea with a unique savory meatiness and tremendous concentration. It was reminiscent of an excellent Bandol."
Country of Origin: Georgia
Wine Region: Kakheti
Volume: 750 ml
Seal: Synthetic cork by Nomacorc - from sustainable, renewable sugarcane-based raw materials.
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Grape variety: Saperavi (100%)
Colour: Dark violet colour
Fermentation: The wine is produced using the traditional Georgian “Qvevri Method”. Grape juice and skins are fully fermented and macerated for 5 months in Qvevri (clay vessel buried into the ground) that gives the wine deep and full tannin taste and structure.
Tasting Notes: A big Red! Hints of fresh grapes, cherry and blackberry. Deep and rich bouquet of cherry and blackberry. Presence of clay from Qvevri gives it a complex earthy aroma.
Food pairing: Great with steak and pork ribs.
Serving temperature: 12-16°C.