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    Varieties: Rkatsiteli 80-90%, Mtsvane 10-20%

    Place of production: Tsinandali is Georgia’s most renowned controlled appellation for white wines, found in the Alazani Valley region of Kakheti. Tsinandali is a blend of Rkatsiteli grapes (for structure and body) and Mtsvane grapes (for fragrance). Grape bunches for this wine are specially selected for quality by the winery.

    Fermentation: The juice is fermented at a controlled temperature of 12/14°C in tanks to ensure maximum fruit intensity and crispness.

    Tasting profile: Tsinandali wine perfectly preserves the aroma typical to the Rkatsiteli and Mtsvane varieties. Flavours of fresh grapes, quince and wildflowers deliciously combine with long-lingering essences of oak and vanilla.

    Food pairing: Tsinandali goes well with light salads, grilled vegetables, chicken with citrus dressing, and steamed fish.

    Awards:

    IWSC, London 2013 – Bronze

    Decanter, London 2013 – Commend   

    Georgian Valleys/Tbilvino
    2013
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    Type:
    White Wine
    0.75 l
    £10.99
  • Details:

    Varieties: 80-90% Rkatsiteli, 10-20% Mtsvane

    Special Reserve signifies a premium wine from the Tbilvino portfolio. Special Reserve wines are produced in limited quantities of only a few thousands bottles, from well matured, fresh and high-quality grapes. Lengthy aging in oak barrels completes a range of wines with a unique taste and complexity.

    Place of Production: This wine is produced from specially selected grapes sourced from the renowned controlled appellation of Tsinandali in the Kakheti region of Georgia.

    Fermentation: After settling, the juice is fermented at 12/16°C to ensure maximum fruit intensity and crispness.

    Aging: 100% of wine goes into French oak barrels for 4-5 months to pick up a subtle amount of vanilla flavour and added complexity.

    Cellaring: Tsinandali Special Reserve is a robust wine suitable for longer cellaring.

    Tasting profile: The wine is characterized by a high intensity of colour, where the usual straw colour of Tsinandali is enriched with tints of gold. It is distinguished with aroma of caramel, vanilla and quince, and has a medium body.

    Food pairing: Tsinandali special reserve offers a dominant aroma of quince, is medium-bodied and rich in the mouth with a smooth finish. It matches well with light salads, grilled vegetables, chicken with citrus dressing and steamed fish. 

    Awards:

    Diploma at the Georgian National Wine Competition 2012 

    Georgian Valleys/Tbilvino
    2013
    gv_tbilvino_tsinandali_special_reserve_2011.jpg
    Type:
    White Wine
    0.75 l
    £18.99