Dozortsev Collection - Khvanchkara Semi-Sweet Red Wine
Khvanchkara is known as the 'pearl' amongst the Georgian wines and is the most popular. Khvanchkara has its longstanding reputation due to its being the favorite wine of Georgia's most notorious native son, Joseph Stalin. It was also drunk during the 1945 Yalta Conference by Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin. Its excellent qualities have earned it two gold and four silver medals at international exhibitions. From the Khvanchkara district in Western Georgia, this wine is made from 60% Alexandrouli and 40% Mujuretuli, exhibiting a rich, red ruby color. On the nose are aromas of raspberry, cherries, and pomegranate. The palate reveals a harmonious, velvety taste with raspberry flavors. Complements all meat dishes, soft cheeses, and a full assortment of desserts.