Wine Tbilvino, "Iveriuli" Mukuzani
Reviews of purchase Tbilvino, "Iveriuli" Mukuzani
The wine is elegant ruby color.
Wine typical well-balanced, soft and light taste with a pleasant sweetness and dominant tones of forest berries.
The wine envelops the aromas of ripe fruits and berries.
Most harmoniously blends wine with cherry pie and fruit jelly.
Red semi-sweet wine made from Alazan Valley Saperavi grape variety (85%) and Rkatsiteli (15%), grown in eastern Georgia's Kakheti region, which is located in the upper reaches of the rivers Alazani and Iori. The vines grow on loamy soils containing impurities pebbles. Saperavi has a dark garnet color of pulp and peel, provides a deep ruby color wine and Rkatsiteli gives the drink a refined acidity and a pleasant freshness. In the process of making wine mash undergoes maceration 4-day, the subsequent fermentation to proceed at a temperature of 25-27 ° C and is carried out in stainless steel vats.
Company History Tbilvino begins in 1962, when it was launched one of the most powerful while wineries in the Soviet Union. For a long time he remained an integral part of Soviet industry. In 1990, the development of the company received a new round associated with modernization and expansion of the range of the company. The plant became an independent wine company with a new philosophy and innovative approach, the beginning of the rapid development of both infrastructure and the increasing complexity of wines submitted.
Today the company is run by brothers Margelashvili. Zura - winemaker personally involved in every stage of the creation of wines and expertly guiding a group of experienced professionals. At the time, he was educated in Georgia and North America and has gained the necessary experience to create unsurpassed wines. His brother George is the economic issues of the company, building a strategy for its development. Chief enologist is an Australian company Tbilvino Jeff Aston since 2005 to create high quality and competitive products, which has already received high praise in the international exhibitions and tastings.