Centuries ago, Christian monks were picking these grapes on the pristine land of Racha Region in the chill Autumn weather, ideal for harvesting and then turned them into the wines that we continue to make now. This is the reason the place is named as Naberauli (the place where the monks lived in Georgian) and this wine is the revival of an old tradition.
Our wines are made from the unique varieties of Racha-Lechkhumi grapes:
Aleksandrouli / Mujuretuli / Saperavi / Dzelshavi / Tsolikouri / Usakhelouri / Rachuli Mtsvane;
Naberauli Wines currently has wines, made by classical as well as Qvevri wine-making methods.
Grapes: Aleksandrouli 100% (hand-picked)
Region: Racha (Western Georgia)
Classical winemaking method
Alc. 14.0% By Vol. 750 ml
The color of wine is medium to deep garnet with a purple hue. Fruit-forward aroma of forest berries
followed with a hint of spices and earthy notes. Dry, dense and complex structure develops in an
elegant, velvety, long finish on the pallet.
Best Enjoyed at about 15 -17°C