Georgia, nestling in the foothills of the Caucasus mountains between the Black and Caspian seas, has produced wine for thousands of years and is the original birthplace or “cradle of wine”.
The soil that has generated such a rich viticulture has been celebrated in the pure lyrical harmonies of the “Orevela” or traditional ploughing songs. In times past echoes of the “Orovela” were heard across the land, the solitary voice of a lone ploughman engaged in his work.
The “Orovela” range presents an exciting opportunity for connoisseurs of fine wines to savour the modern rich tones of Georgian winemaking tradition.
This opulent ruby colour wine has rich Black Mulberry, Blackberry and Cherry flavours. Velvety tannin from the finest oak barrels gives the wine a fine structure which will ensure good ageing.