Schuchmann Mukuzani 2019

Luscious and rich in the mouth, mm.
  • $37.00

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Primary Notes: Plum, Blackberries, Black Cherry Licorice

Secondary Notes:

Tertiary Notes:

Body: Medium +

Dryness: Neutral

Acidity: Medium +

Tannin: Medium -

Alcohol (%):

Origin: Kakhetia,

Maker: Schuchmann

Grape: Saperavi

Fermentation: Biodynamic Heavy Wood



Serving Temperature: Best enjoyed between 18 - 20 degrees

Asian Food Pairing: roasted pork, jjamppong

Western Food Pairing: burger, spaghetti


Schuchmann Mukuzani 2019

This great Schuchmann Mukuzani is made from the Saperavi grape variety grown in the village of Mukuzani. The wine has the color of pomegranate with the scent of red fruits with oak tones. It boasts a rich palette of ripe berries, black currant and plums mellowing down to a lingering scent of luscious blackberry flavors and a spicy oak.  This bouquet of red has well-integrated acidity and tannins and is an ideal complement to a range of dishes.

Made from 100% Saperavi grapes, cultivated on Mukuzani vineyards on the fertile north bank of the Alazani river and not harvested until the beginning of October. This great wine is then aged in the very best oak for three years providing that hint of spices that gives the masterpiece its depth.
In Kakheti close to Telavi at the foot of the great Caucasus one can find one of the oldest and best wine-growing regions in the world. Scientists believe that wine production in Georgia is more than 7.000 years old and that the grape varieties grown in Western Europe nowadays actually origin from Georgia and were taken from there by the Romans more than 2.000 years ago.

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