Kindzmarauli is a semi-sweet red Georgian wine aged for 2 years. It is produced from Saperavi grapes in the Kvareli region of Georgia. Wines from Kindzmarauli wine are a deep, inky purple-red color and often have hidden notes of blackberry and spice, frequently described as producing a “velvety” and “harmonious” taste. Many fans of the wine suggest drinking Kindzmarauli in combination with fruits, cheeses, walnuts, and desserts.
Kindzmarauli is produced from Saperavi grapes grown at the base of the Caucasian mountains in the Alazani Valley in eastern Georgia. There, late harvests and early winters prevent fermentation, allowing the wine to stay sweet. Kindzmarauli has generally maintained a reputation as being a wide-market, popular wine; it is enjoyed often by many, but other wines are held are held in greater esteem by wine enthusiasts in Georgia.
Alcohol by volume: 12.5%
Alcoholic content: 12.5 units