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2018 Qvevri Mildiani Saperavi

2018 Qvevri Mildiani Saperavi
Volume: 750 mL , Alcohol: 14%




100% Saperavi


As you bring the glass to your lips, aromas of dark cherries and blackberries entwine, complemented by subtle whispers of warm spices and a hint of dried herbs.


It often presents a burst of dark fruit flavors, but intertwined with the fruitiness, you may find delicate hints of warm spices, like black pepper, clove, and a touch of nutmeg.
More about this wine from Georgia
Nestled in the ancient region of Kakheti, Georgia, where the past echoes through the vineyards, the Qvevri Mildiani Saperavi is a delightful testament to the country's esteemed winemaking heritage.

The Saperavi grape, native to Georgia, is revered for its inky-dark skin and distinctive character, which the artisans at Mildiani Winery have harnessed with masterful expertise. Handpicked with care and reverence, these precious grapes embark on a vinification journey unlike any other.

Embodying a centuries-old winemaking technique, the grapes are gently deposited into traditional Qvevri, large clay vessels buried underground. These earthen vessels, resembling amphorae, become the cradle of the wine's transformation.

The 2018 Qvevri Mildiani Saperavi ferments patiently in this subterranean cocoon, where the earth's embrace infuses the wine with a profound sense of place. Time becomes an ally, as the wine matures gracefully, drawing depth and complexity from the clay's nurturing touch.

In Georgian culture, wine holds a special place. It is an emblem of hospitality and a symbol of togetherness. To share a glass of wine is to share stories and forge lasting connections, as the clinking of glasses resounds with the spirit of camaraderie and celebration.
How to drink it

Pro Tip:

This remarkable vintage, born of ancient techniques, is the perfect companion to hearty Georgian cuisine, accentuating the flavors of traditional dishes like Khachapuri and Chkmeruli.

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Try it with our Khachapuri Adjaruli recipe.