"Saperavi in European style" called Mukuzani is one of the most famous wines in Georgia. Its history dates back to 1888 and has been awarded numerous international awards. The wine is named after the small village of Mukuzani in the Kakheti region, where the red Saperavi grape variety grows on the mountain slopes. The production technology involves fermentation in steel containers and long aging in oak barrels.
Ruby color, aromas of red berries, chocolate, vanilla and spices, overripe cherries and prunes on the palate, ripe tannins.
An excellent wine for those who love the classic sound of red wine aged in oak. It goes well with grilled or roasted meat.