Chateau Mere Mukuzani (EN)
Chateau Mere Mukuzani is made from the highest quality Saperavi grapes. The wine has a beautiful color of pomegranate, lots of body and a long-lasting and pleasant finish. You can taste the aromas of red fruit, cherries, cranberry, blueberry and perfectly fused tanines as a result of ripening in oak barrels. Earthy tones and minerality make the wine complex.
Vintage 2013, botteled in 2016
Origin East Georgia, Kacheti, Telavi, micro zone Mukuzani
Vineyard East Georgia, Chateau Mere
Harvest Details The Saperavi grape is picked by hand.
Production method Georgian Kakhetic Qvevri technique. In this traditional technique, the wine ferments and ages in a large earthenware vessel, the Qvevri, which is entirely buried in soil. The pressed grapes go with stalks, seeds and skin in the Qvevri. The fermentation process takes about 2 weeks, during which the wine is stirred manually three times a day. Afterwards, the wine will remain in the Qvevri after which it will be moved to oak barrels for further aging . The wine is not filtered.
Taste Aromas of red fruit, cherries, cranberry, blueberry, and perfectly fused tannines caused ripening in oak barrels. The complexity of the taste is due to the unique microclimate of Mukuzani. The Chateau Mere Mukuzani is delicious with many dishes and especially with red meat or a stew. Serve the wine at a temperature of 18-20ºC.
Store In a cool place of 5-20ºC with an average humidity of max. 85%.
Alcohol 13% vol