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Georgian wine KVARELI by MARANI

Vinification Grapes are hand-picked at the optimum of their maturity. Soft de-stemming and crushing is followed by fermentation at controlled temperature (23-28°C) in stainless steel tanks. Wine was fermented using the cultural yeast strains. Skin and cap management was performed by délestage and remontage. Afte 12-15 days of maceration, wine was racked clean and transferred for malolactic fermentation and was followed by 8-9 month of aging in 225 l oak barriques, complemented by aging in stainless steel tanks and bottles at the optimum temperature. Tasting notes Complex aromas of aged Saperavi with loads of red and black fruit with scent of smoke and spices. Nicely structured, supple

Georgian wine TSOLIKAURI by MARANI

The MARANI regional range express colorful personality and diversity of Kakheti traditional wines, which have been adored for centuries by wine lovers. They are young, fresh and redolent, spotlighting the regional character and our determination to reflect the best of Kakheti terroir and Alazani River Valley in particular. Vinification Grapes are hand-picked at the optimum of their maturity. Soft de-stemmed grapes are cooled down to t 4-6°C and then gently pressed in the pneumatic press. Later, the settled and clear juice starts fermenting slowly at precisely controlled temperature (15-18°C) in stainless steel tanks. After the fermentation completes the wine is racked to another tank

Georgian wine MUKUZANI by MARANI

Vinification Grapes were hand-picked at the optimum of their maturity. Soft de-stemming and crushing was followed by fermentation at controlled temperature (23-28 °C) in stainless steel tanks. Wine was fermented using the cultural yeast strains.Skin and cap management was performed by délestage and remontage. After 12-15 days of maceration, wine was racked clean and transferred for malolactic fermentation, followed by 8-10 month of aging in 225L oak barriques and complemented by maturation in stainless steel tanks and bottles at the optimum temperature. Tasting notes The wine has a complex bouquet, with prominent cherry aroma, overlaid by coffee and chocolate overtones The initial palate is

KONDOLI SAMI by MARANI

KONDOLI vineyards were first mentioned as a source of noble wines in 1742 by the bibliographer Vakhushti Batonishvili in his book “life of Georgia” and since almost three centuries have been the benchmark of quality, reflecting the best of Kakheti region. Vinification Selected blocks of Saperavi, Alexandreuli and Merlot of Kondoli vineyards have been green harvested during the first days of véraison (August) in order to artificially reduce the grape yield down to 7 tons per hectare and thus increase the overall quality and concentration of remaining fruit. All three (three means Sami in Georgian) grapes Alexandreuli, Saperavi and Merlot were hand harvested in small boxes, hand sorted i