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Bedoba Saperavi 2021 Georgian Wine Red 750mL ABV 13.5%

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Description

Vivino Rating: 4.3

Type: Red
Country: Georgia
Region: Kakheti
Grape Variety: 100% Saperavi
Alcohol Percentage: 13.5%
Viticulture: Natural Wine | Organic Farming | Vegan Friendly

Climate: Conditions here are typically influenced by the nearby Caucasus Mountains, which allow a dry harvest with mild temperatures during the day but with rather cold nights, ideal for the avoidance of any type of rot
Terroir: Made from grapes sourced in the traditional microzones of Kindzmarauli and Kvareli, in the Kakheti region. The vineyards are on average 30 years old and situated on the southern slopes of the Caucasus Mountains which provide altitudes of over 400 metres above sea level, bringing fresh acidity and soft tannins. Sustainable and organic practices are observed in the vineyards and harvest is carried out by hand
Ageing: The final cuvee is a blend of 50% Saperavi matured in stainless steel, 25% in 5000-litre wooden vats, 18% in second and third 225-litre American oak barrels and 7% Qvevri. After bottling, the wine remained in the cellar for a further 12 months before release

Color: Dark purple
Nose: The nose opens with a powerful savoury-spicy bouquet of blackberries, herbs, flowers and black pepper
Palate: The palate has a creamy, juicy texture, ripe tannins and black fruit flavours. A warming style from an ancient wine producing region


About the Winery:
Bedoba means `Day of Luck’. Winemakers Nugzar Ksovreli and Thierry Fontannaz found inspiration in the history and legacy of the winery’s founders, the Konchosvilli family, whose cellars date back to 1737. The label references the bishop Petre Konchoshvili, a prominent religious and political figure of the 19th century, and honours the long-standing relationship between the family and the church – `koncho` means cross.

With an average age of 30 years, the Saperavi vines behind Bedoba are planted in the renowned wine region of Kakheti, near the eastern border with Azerbaijan in the Kvareli and Kindzmarauli appellations along the Duruji River valley. The soils here are rich in black shale, and the southern slopes of the Caucasus Mountains provide altitudes of over 400 metres above sea level, bringing fresh acidity and soft tannins. Sustainable and organic practices are observed, as well as hand-harvesting and careful sorting of the dark-skinned and red-fleshed Saperavi grapes.

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