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Havlabari Cellars Saperavi 2018 Kakheti,Georgia

Deep ruby colour

Fragrant ripe black cherries, bramble, and blueberries with notes of chocolate and cherry 

Softly integrated tannins, concentrated ripe fruit and refreshing finish

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About the Producer

The cradle of winemaking

Winemaking in Georgia stretches back over 8,000 years of history. According to archaeological evidence, the first Georgian wines were made and stored in earthenware vessels called qvevri (or kvevri). The qvevri is Georgia’s most important and best-known winemaking vessel, and it remains the centerpiece of traditional winemaking in Georgia.

 

Havlabari Cellars takes its name after the ancient prominent part of Tbilisi - Havlabar, which since the 11th century has been the cosmopolitan centre of the art, culture and wine trade of the capital.

 

The famous Wine Rise of Havlabar with its ornate cliffside balconies for centuries houses many wine bars and cellars.

The heritage of Havlabar is inspired by the painting of Vagharshak Eibekian. 

 

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Stew

Wine & Food Matching Ideas

Grilled lamb

 

Beef stew

Roasted Vegetables

Cheese & charcuterie

platter

Stuffed Peppers

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Try it with

Serdakh

Aubergines and tomatoes

by 

Olia Hercules

This wine will easily go with a roast meat dish but it can also work beautifully with warming vegetarian dishes. The soft tannin play of the softness of the cooked aubergine and the wine's freshness stands up to tomato-based sauce.