Wine Badagoni, "Alaverdi Tradition" Red
Reviews of purchase Badagoni, "Alaverdi Tradition" Red
Wine of deep golden-yellow color.
Round, rich and delightfully fruity wine. At the finish at first felt a sufficiently high level of tannins, but after the second sip of it is this feature gives the wine personality, making it one of a kind.
Intense and very intriguing aroma reveals notes of ripe fruit and jam with hints of peach and apricot, complemented by nuances of dried fruits.
The wine goes well with hot and cold appetizers, suited to risotto and pasta. Also great complement fish dishes, surrounded by fragrant herbs and second courses of white meat.
Dry white wine Alaverdi Tradition is made exclusively from grapes Rkatsiteli grown in vineyards around the monastery of Alaverdi. The soils in the region are mainly limestone and marl. To this day, the monks continue to cultivate grapes and produce wines according to ancient Georgian traditions. Winery Badagoni very proud to contribute to the restoration of an ancient monastery. Therefore wine Alaverdi Tradition excellent combines the millenary traditions and modern interpretations of Georgia. Winemaking process is carried out in the basement of the monastery, where terracotta amphorae, capacity from 6 to 13 hl wort is fermented. Throughout the year to maintain a cool temperature, especially amphorae buried in the ground. According to ancient tradition, the fermentation of wine and its exposure draft on a pass from the grape skins and grape bunches of small, so that the wine acquires a rich aroma and rich, rounded flavor. Cooled to 14-16 ° C the wine perfectly complement the cold and hot appetizers, fish and meat dishes with herbs.
In the heart of Kakheti is Alazani Valley, where the winery Badagoni - Georgian-Italian company, whose history began in 2006. Each year, the winery produces 3 million bottles of Georgian wine, not just wine, and the sacred drink, which has absorbed all the best traditions of wine-making, but at the same time produced on the best modern equipment. This allowed Badagoni wines hit the market in Europe.
The farm Badagoni grapes are harvested by hand in small boxes, and then the berries are separated from the ridges and the juice is squeezed. Grape mash so let berries juice, but the bone remained intact. Badagoni - the only Georgian plant with a certificate of quality ISO.