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Telavi Wine Cellar Marani Tvishi 2009

External Review by Wine Gems @ Perriello's:

Racha-Lechkhumi, Republic of GeorgiaTelavi Wine Cellar Marani Tvishi is an estate-bottled Georgian white wine of controlled appellation of origin Tvishi. Telavi Wine Cellar was founded in 1915 near Telavi, the central town of Kakheti, planting its first vineyards in the same year. Its philosophy combines modern technology with the ancient Georgian tradition of Marani, the sacred place for every Georgian, where the grape harvest is gathered, pressed and crushed in oak barrels and traditional clay jugs (quevri). The winery owns 450 hectares of vineyards along the Alazani River Valley in the most important appellations of the Kakheti wine region. The valley is divided by the river and guarded on one side by the Great Caucasian mountains (elev 3000-4000m) and by the Tsiv-Gombori mountain range on the other. This spectacular setting is the home of our Georgian wine gem.Telavi Wine Cellar Marani Tvishi is made from the native Georgian Tsolikauri grapes. This wine is medium sweet, light golden in color, with a nose of honeysyckle and apricots. The mid palate is silky and round with ripe fruit notes. The finish lingers with light acidity balancing the fruity sweetness.Enjoy Telavi Wine Cellar Marani Tvishi chilled as an aperitif or with chicken, seafood, soft cheeses and fruit.

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Telavi Wine Cellar:
For nearly a century, Telavi Wine Cellar has blended innovation with the sense of history, keeping faithful to the noble traditions of Kakhetian winemaking, while adapting to modern methods of producing wines that would please the most refined and discerning global palate. The wines of  Telavi Wine Cellar embody the personality and diversity of Georgian viticulture and highlight our de... Read more
For nearly a century, Telavi Wine Cellar has blended innovation with the sense of history, keeping faithful to the noble traditions of Kakhetian winemaking, while adapting to modern methods of producing wines that would please the most refined and discerning global palate. The wines of  Telavi Wine Cellar embody the personality and diversity of Georgian viticulture and highlight our determination to present the best of our diverse local grape varieties and distinguished terroir. Read less

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Source: Wine Gems @ Perriello's
10/01/2012

Racha-Lechkhumi, Republic of GeorgiaTelavi Wine Cellar Marani Tvishi is an estate-bottled Georgian white wine of controlled appellation of origin Tvishi. Telavi Wine Cellar was founded in 1915 near Telavi, the central town of Kakheti, planting its first vineyards in the same year. Its philosophy combines modern technology with the ancient Georgian tradition of Marani, the sacred place for every Georgian, where the grape harvest is gathered, pressed and crushed in oak barrels and traditional clay jugs (quevri). The winery owns 450 hectares of vineyards along the Alazani River Valley in the most important appellations of the Kakheti wine region. The valley is divided by the river and guarded on one side by the Great Caucasian mountains (elev 3000-4000m) and by the Tsiv-Gombori mountain range on the other. This spectacular setting is the home of our Georgian wine gem.Telavi Wine Cellar Marani Tvishi is made from the native Georgian Tsolikauri grapes. This wine is medium sweet, light golden in color, with a nose of honeysyckle and apricots. The mid palate is silky and round with ripe fruit notes. The finish lingers with light acidity balancing the fruity sweetness.Enjoy Telavi Wine Cellar Marani Tvishi chilled as an aperitif or with chicken, seafood, soft cheeses and fruit.



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