Wine KTW, Mukuzani
Reviews of purchase KTW, Mukuzani
The wine has a dark ruby color.
The wine has a velvety, harmonious taste with expressive oak and fruit notes and a long, persistent finish.
In the complex flavor notes of wine infused blackberry and cassis, surrounded by light nuances of violets.
The wine matches perfectly with lamb, beef shish kebab, steak, game and mature cheeses.
Dry red wine KTW, Mukuzani attracts a pleasant berry aroma and soft harmonious taste. For its production uses the Saperavi grape variety, grown at an altitude of 350-750 meters above sea level in the micro-zone Mukuzani Georgian region of Kakheti. In the process of wine making are used as modern technology and old techniques of winemaking Kakheti. This allows the wine to create a new unique style, while retaining their identity. Maturing wine in oak barrels for not less than 3 years. Before use, the wine must be decanted.
Founded in 2001, the company "Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking" dates back to the end of the XIX century: it was then with the advent of wine varieties Chkhaveri began unique tradition of Kakheti wine. This tradition is closely linked with the name Antimoza Chkhaidze, an outstanding Georgian winemaker who owned cellar in the village of Asuka, in Guria. His legacy is stored and used in today's production company "Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking" that launches extraordinary wine, Georgian chacha and brandy.