History: Aging a brandy for five years means taking it up another step to perfection. This type of brandy has probably the longest Georgian tradition of all, boasting no less than three centuries of production, making it part of the country’s culinary reputation.
Description: This brandy has been aged in French oak barrels for 5 years. It is the color of black tea and tastes of roasted walnuts and almonds as well as vanilla and coffee. A revivifying and heart-warming spirit.
Type – Spirit
Cultivars – 100% Rkatsiteli grapes
Alcohol volume – 41%
Residual sugar: 16
Best paired with: Despite being an excellent digestif, it can also be consumed separately, although it pairs well with chocolate ice cream, fruit, raisins, churchkhela (Georgian candy) and other sweetmeats.
Best Consumet at: 12° or warmed by one’s hands
Best aged for: Decades