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Teliani Valley Tsolikouri

Teliani Valley Tsolikouri



Reg. Price $19.99
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    Product Details

    Brand: Teliani Valley

    Size: 750ml

    Country: Georgia

    Varietal: Tsoulikouri

    Appellation: Lechkhumi

    ABV %: 12.5

    Tasting Note: Light-lemon color, aromas of green apple, and fruit flavors of grapefruit and pineapple and a mineral rich and refreshing finish.

    Varietal: 100% Tsolikouri

    Style: Dry White

    Fermentation: Stainless Steel

    Accolades: 87 Points Wine Spectator

    Food Pairings: White Fish, Chicken, Goat Cheese, Shrimp, Spicy Cuisine.

    This wine is made from Tsolikouri (tso-lee-ko-oo-ree) grapes, harvested in western Georgian vineyards in village Orbeli – mountainous Lechkhumi district. It is fermented in stainless steel. The combination of the regions elevation, yet more humid climate and stable sunshine hours, creates a wine characterized by high, balanced acidity and a light body, with a light hay color and radiance. Primary aromas include a complex mix of citrus (yellow lemon) and grapefruit. Crisp and clean this wine a is a lesson in refreshing and mineral driven whites from Georgia.

    Teliani Valley Winery is currently one of the top producers of quality Georgian wine. Established in 1997 on the site of a 19th century winery in Teliani village, its first vintage was released in 2000. Teliani Valley has the longest tenure on the American market of any Georgian company. Their wines offer a great quality to price ratio and has received the highest Wine Spectator ratings of Georgian wines to date.

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