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Kartuli Vazi Khvanchkara Semi-Sweet Red Tifliski Vini Pogreb Ltd. 2010 Wine Review

Kartuli Vazi Khvanchkara Semi-Sweet Red Tifliski Vini Pogreb Ltd. 2010

Kartuli Vazi Khvanchkara Semi-Sweet Red Tifliski Vini Pogreb Ltd. 2010

Racha-Ambrolauri, Georgia

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Price: $18.95

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Bottle size: 750 ml

Alcohol: 10.7%

Sweetness: Medium

Wine Type: Red Wine

Winery: Kartuli Vazi

More Vintages: 2005 

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This off-the-beaten-path red is made with the indigenous Georgian grapes Alexandreuli and Mudzhuretuli. Opens with an alluring nose of sweet red fruit, nutmeg and black pepper with a touch of vanilla. Medium in sweetness but light on its feet and sporting vibrant acidity, it fills the mouth with delectably sweet fruit and spice while remaining stylishly elegant. Source: Vintages Wine Panel

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