Teliani Valley Red Blend Khvanchkara Semi-Sweet 2008

External Review by Astor Wines & Spirits:

Sure, it's not easy to pronounce the wine. But drinking this traditional Georgian red is another story! Made from the indigenous varietals Aleksandrouli and Mujuretuli. It’s super ripe and super friendly, with up lots of ripe cherry and raspberry sweetness with a velvety smooth texture.

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Teliani Valley:
  JSC Teliani Valley is a winery in the Georgian Republic in Tbilisi. The modern winery was founded in 1997 at the former Teliani wine estate in Tsinandali. The building of the winery was originally commissioned in the 1880s by Michael Romanov, brother of the Russian Emperor, and was the home of Prince Alexander Chavchavadze. In 1891, Bordeaux winemaker Merl Antoin Mossano was brought ... Read more
  JSC Teliani Valley is a winery in the Georgian Republic in Tbilisi. The modern winery was founded in 1997 at the former Teliani wine estate in Tsinandali. The building of the winery was originally commissioned in the 1880s by Michael Romanov, brother of the Russian Emperor, and was the home of Prince Alexander Chavchavadze. In 1891, Bordeaux winemaker Merl Antoin Mossano was brought in to produce their first wines. The Cabernet Sauvignon he grew and produced there was a huge hit, especially with the Emperor. Other wines and brandies soon went into production.    In 2004, Teliani received a grant from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to update their facility, which further boosted the quality of the wines. In 2005, they founded a sommelier school on the premises. Today, still red, white and sparkling wines are produced here from international and local grapes, as well as brandies.  Read less

External Reviews for Teliani Valley Red Blend Khvanchkara Semi-Sweet

External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
07/06/2011

Sure, it's not easy to pronounce the wine. But drinking this traditional Georgian red is another story! Made from the indigenous varietals Aleksandrouli and Mujuretuli. It’s super ripe and super friendly, with up lots of ripe cherry and raspberry sweetness with a velvety smooth texture.




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