Georgia is the world’s oldest winemaking region where it all began some 8000 years ago. Since ancient times love to the wine has been deeply rooted in the cultural values, beliefs and customs of the Georgian people. From here viniculture started spreading around the globe.
Nowadays Georgian wine has again become a real discovery and a genuine paradise for anyone longing for something above and beyond ordinary taste and quality. Apart from its still chiefessays.net existing unique technique of winemaking in clay vessels – qvevri – Georgia is home to more than 500 autochthonous varieties of grapes such as Saperavi, Rkatsiteli, Kisi, Mtsvane.
With ancient and modern winemaking equipment these varieties of grapes produce wines with aromas and tastes unknown anywhere else on earth. No wonder that Georgia has become a hot spot for winemaking creativity and palatable discoveries.
At Mosmieri we see ourselves as a driving part of the fascinating nascent story of Georgia’s viticultural comeback to the international market. As Georgia’s wine future is certainly not in mass production we position ourselves in the premium segment where class is what matters. We are dedicated to use only local grape varieties historically grown in the Georgian region of Kakheti.
Our winery is an integral part of a wine touristic chateau designed in Georgian traditional style with modern elements. It is situated within vineyards and sits on a gentle slope overlooking the beautiful Alazani Valley and facing the snow-capped mountain range of the Great Caucasus. Apart from the wineries there is a large restaurant with bar for 250 persons, facilities for masterclasses (e.g. bread baking in tone), a nice courtyard with cloister and fountain, a large lounge terrace, a watching tower, a wine store with wine tasting area and a spacious storage rooms in the basement. Next to the existing complex we will soon start building a hotel with 23 comfortable rooms and an outdoor swimming pool.
Our brand is named Mosmieri. In old-Georgian language this word stands for a person who drinks and appreciates wine. Welcome to our club.
Mosmieri Tsinandali Domaine Matthies is made with 100% Rkatsiteli grape. Hand harvested grapes are crushed, and after short cold maceration the juice is fermented in stainless steel tanks with temperature control. Even without blending in the Mtsvane grape, the wine is smooth and balanced like a classic Tsinandali.
This light straw-colored wine has great fruit aromas and astonishingly pleasing acidity and crispness on the palate, with a finish reminiscent of grapefruit notes. Harmonious and aromatic, the wine best paired with fish and vegetable dishes.