Winiveria Chinebuli Goruli Mtsvane 2020

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Winiveria Chinebuli Goruli Mtsvane 2020

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White Dry wine exhibits fruitiness and soft aftertaste.  Blend of Goruli Mtsvane and Chinuri grape varieties from the Gori region in central Georgia.  Delicious with salads, fish, poultry or pasta.  Easy drinking by itself, light and refreshing.  This is one of our "gateway wines" for US wine lovers, not too far from familiarity, yet an introduction to a whole new range of delightful white and amber(orange) wines from Georgia.  It is a lively, refreshing, slightly tart white that goes well in warm weather with fruits and cheeses.  

THE WINERY

Winiveria was established in the Alazani Valley by George Piradashvili in 2014 as part of the prestigious Château Mere destination winery and resort complex at the gateway to Georgia’s premier wine region. The winery collaborates with local growers and a nearby cooperative to produce high quality wines made in both traditional Georgian and classical European styles.

THE WINEMAKING

Following harvest in late October, Chinebuli and Goruli Mtsvane were crushed and immediately pressed off into steel tanks for spontaneous co-fermentation using classic European technique. The wine was aged in tank six additional months then bottled for 3 months prior to release.

THE VINEYARD & GRAPE

Grapes are sourced from co-planted parcels on the banks of the Mejuda River in the Shida Kartli region. Viticulture is organic, vineyards range from 2000-2600ft and consist primarily of deep, dark gray clay soils.

Chinebuli ‘chin-e-boo-lee’ (also known as Chinuri) is native to Georgia’s central Kartli region, where it is often blended with the native Goruli Mtsvane (literally, Mtsvane from Gori) to make high-acid, refreshing white table wines. Herbal and fresh, tree-fruit flavors are common.