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A semi-sweet red wine, “Usakhelauri” is made from grapes of the same name. It is well known that “Usakhelauri” is one of the rarest and most expensive wines in the Georgian assortment. The grape itself grows in a historical place – Tsageri region, only in the village of Ukureshi.


Grapes for genuine Khvanchkara grow only in a specific microzone. Wine connoisseurs will always recognize grapes grown in other locations because it will no longer have those unique characteristics that make this wine really special.


“Tetra Tsulukidze” is an ancient type of Georgian grape-vine. It grows in Racha-Lechkhumi, and therefore, the wine itself is called Rachian Tetra and is of high-quality, natural semi-sweet wine.

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