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Saperavi Red Dry

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Georgia
Saperavi
Top Notes For
Ben Kneen

Really disappointing - haven’t had much Georgian wine and this one isn’t encouraging. Sweet and sour quality I associate with Midwestern local farm wine. Improved on the 2nd day and seemed to dry out but wouldn’t buy this again even to cook with.

Really disappointing - haven’t had much Georgian wine and this one isn’t encouraging. Sweet and sour quality I associate with Midwestern local farm wine. Improved on the 2nd day and seemed to dry out but wouldn’t buy this again even to cook with.

Feb 22nd, 2021
Sara Metzger

Bright, peppery, grassy notes? Too light bodied for me.

Bright, peppery, grassy notes? Too light bodied for me.

Sep 10th, 2020
Chad Lucas

Interesting mouth feel

Interesting mouth feel

Apr 11th, 2020
Sean BCS

Very middle of the road. Clean. Almost a dirt aroma

Very middle of the road. Clean. Almost a dirt aroma

Mar 7th, 2020
Libbi Odessa

Red cherry and currant, tobacco and herbaceousness; sour and acidic.

Red cherry and currant, tobacco and herbaceousness; sour and acidic.

Apr 16th, 2019
Laura Lumsden

Medium-bodied red; good legs
Red, plum, tobacco

Medium-bodied red; good legs
Red, plum, tobacco

Apr 30th, 2018
Jimmy Serroka

First time trying Georgian wines. Smooth, tannic, and fruity, smells of blackberry and chocolate with slight coffee and tobacco taste

First time trying Georgian wines. Smooth, tannic, and fruity, smells of blackberry and chocolate with slight coffee and tobacco taste

Feb 2nd, 2018
Bob Yoon

The amphora-iest amphora ages Wine I’ve ever had. Also, this wine is the perfect pairing for salt and pepper pistachios.

The amphora-iest amphora ages Wine I’ve ever had. Also, this wine is the perfect pairing for salt and pepper pistachios.

Jan 28th, 2018
Adam Mollsen

Good. Tannins are a little harsh but good

Good. Tannins are a little harsh but good

Jan 20th, 2018
Katy Barnett

Better on its own but not off putting with food.

Better on its own but not off putting with food.

Jul 9th, 2017