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Shavkapito

LOCATE US Ateni
Description:

Meaning “vine with a black cane,” Shavkapito originated in Kartli, in eastern Georgia.
Its medium-sized, conical bunches typically have wings and moderate density. The round, medium-sized berries are round and dark blue. Shavkapito tends toward a bud-burst in the last third of April and ripens in the second third of September (mid-season). It has average susceptibility to most pests or diseases and is a moderate to high-moderate yielder.

Shavkapito is terroir-reflective, as grapes grown on the valley floor will produce relatively full-bodied wines; wines from the slopes and mountain foothills will be lighter and softer, with delicate aromatics. Typically, Shavkapito wines are of a light cherry or ruby color, with berry and herbal notes. They are vinified both in European and traditional Qvevri styles.

 

Source: https://www.georgianwine.uk/shavkapito/ 

Shavkapito

LOCATE US Ateni
Description:

Meaning “vine with a black cane,” Shavkapito originated in Kartli, in eastern Georgia.
Its medium-sized, conical bunches typically have wings and moderate density. The round, medium-sized berries are round and dark blue. Shavkapito tends toward a bud-burst in the last third of April and ripens in the second third of September (mid-season). It has average susceptibility to most pests or diseases and is a moderate to high-moderate yielder.

Shavkapito is terroir-reflective, as grapes grown on the valley floor will produce relatively full-bodied wines; wines from the slopes and mountain foothills will be lighter and softer, with delicate aromatics. Typically, Shavkapito wines are of a light cherry or ruby color, with berry and herbal notes. They are vinified both in European and traditional Qvevri styles.

 

Source: https://www.georgianwine.uk/shavkapito/ 

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