Vachnadziani’s Krakhuna vines are grown on the chalky soils of the Imereti region in western-central Georgia. A golden colour in the glass with a ripe peach and melon notes on the nose and full rounded palate.
Georgia is the birthplace of winemaking with roots going back 8000 years, it is thought the word wine comes from the Georgian word gvino. Over 500 different grape varieties are grown there many of them unique in the well-tempered climate. The Vachnadziani Winery is an old Soviet Collective winery that has been modernized and enlarged under private ownership. Their Krakhuna vines are grown on the chalky soils of the Imereti region in western-central Georgia, where the climate is humid, with hot summers and mild, warm winters. A golden colour in the glass with a ripe peach and melon notes on the nose and full rounded palate.
|Bottle Size||Bottle (75cl)|
|Style||Medium bodied, Aromatic, Dry, Fruity, Long|