Alaverdi Red ALAVERDI
has at least to meanings to the Georgian people. Firstly it is the name of one of the most
well-known churches in the Georgian Orthodox Religion and secondly it is the word used at
a Georgian table when the tamada (toast master) asks another member of the table to
continue with the toast already started. Georgian Wines and Spirits has developed a semi
dry red and white wine that are easy to consume and pleasant to drink at a Georgian Table.
The iwne are much softer than the other GWS wunes. The grapes were vinified in the Achinebuli Winery
under the watchful eyes the GWS winemaking team. After fermentation and stabilization the
wine was blended to create a soft semi-dry wine with light fruit tones low acidity for
easy drinking purposes. The wine is light red when young and the color tends to soften to
a brick color within the first 2 years. The nose exhibitions delicate cherry and mulberry
fruit characters that are simple and sweet.
Archelogists found Kvevri - clay vessel - in Georgia
with the ornament of grape, which dates back 8000 years, and is the
first wine storage vessel. Preserved in the State Museum of Georgia.
Археологические и другие научные исследования
подтверждают, что восемь тысяч лет назад в Грузии из дикой виноградной
лозы вывели культурный сорт и приготовили первое вино. Грузия -