Khareba Saperavi. Saperavi is an indigenous black grape that produces wines loaded with cacao, spice, tobacco and tar. This is a wine for grilled and roasted meat and game but would also work with a meatier fish. Sip on this: Saperavi means “place of color.” Unlike many other red grapes whose flesh is white, Saperavi’s skin and flesh are both red.
Khareba Saperavi Classical 2016. A more modern style red aged in new French oak for eight months. Dark spicy berry notes with a touch of smoke. Enjoy with hearty pasta dishes, pizza and vegetarian casseroles. Sip on this: Khareba Winery’s cellars are located in a deep tunnel cut into the Caucasus Mountains measuring 7.7 km (4.8 miles). Currently more than 30,000 bottles are being aged in the tunnel
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