The Palace of Tchactchavadze is the place where Georgian wine was first bottled. The palace is located in the Kakheti region. For centuries it was one of the domains of the Royal Chavchavadze family. The true revival of the estate is linked to the name of Prince Alexander Chavchavadze (1786-1846) poet, public benefactor and military figure. In his time he brought the high-quality Georgian wine to the European market.
Currently, the Prince Alexander Chavchavadze Tsinandali estate continues the 8,000-year tradition of Georgian winemaking. In addition, it also produces wine with the modern production technics.
The new Brut adds the floral aromas of the Mtsvane grape to a blend of Tsolikouri and Tetra. This white sparkling wine can be described as "Blanc de blanc".
Grape: Mtsvane, Tsolikouri and Tetra
Region: East Georgia, Kakheti.
Vineyard: produced by Tsinandali Estate.
Harvest Details: The grapes are picked by hand.
Production method: Brut is produced in a 'European' way.
Taste: Lemon, lime, grapefruit, apple, pleasant acidity with a long chain of bubbles.
Serve the wine at a temperature of 10-12°C.
Alcohol: 750 ml, 12.5% vol.