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Koncho Kindzmarauli Kakheti Saperavi 2014 Wine Review

Koncho Kindzmarauli Kakheti Saperavi 2014

Koncho Kindzmarauli Kakheti Saperavi 2014

Georgia

Community Score:85/100

Community Reviews: 2

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Price: $15.95

Drink: 2016-2020

Bottle size: 750 ml

Alcohol: 13%

Sweetness: MS

Wine Type: Dessert Wine


Winery: Koncho Kindzmarauli

Agent: United Stars Corporation Group

Natalie's Score: 85/100

As long as you're prepared for the sweetness uncommonly associated with a red wine, you'll enjoy it. It's savoury and tasty and ripe red berry fruit. Great for meaty dishes with a touch of sweetness to them or a glaze. This Georgian late-harvest wine is made from the country's indigenous Saperavi grape, whose name means "paint dye" due to its naturally dark colour. The "Kindzmarauli" designation means this wine is of high quality and is a naturally semi-sweet.

Saperavi food pairings: sweet and warm curry dishes, spicy dark chocolate, chocolate covered ginger.

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This Koncho Kindzmarauli Kakheti Saperavi 2014 was reviewed on January 12, 2017 by Natalie MacLean

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This late-harvest wine is made from the Georgia's indigenous Saperavi grape. "Saperavi" means "paint dye" and this is because this grape is deep and dark red (almost black) in colour. The "Kindzmarauli" designation means this wine is of high quality and is a naturally semi-sweet made from the Saperavi grape. This style of wine has been made in the district of Kakheti since 1942. - Community Wine Reviews

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