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VINTAGE 1941

Year: 1941

Region: Kakheti, Ikalto-Kurdgelauri and Tsinandali microzones;

Grape variety: Rkatsiteli, Mtsvane;

Color: Pleasant, clear dark gold;

Aroma: Complex, with tones of antiquity combined harmoniously with aromas of dried fruit, honey, bread crust, slightly notable vanilla and chocolate; 

Taste: Rich, thick, and tender and velvety and the same time.

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VINTAGE 1944

Year: 1944

Region: Imereti, Dzirula Kharagauli and Chiatura–Sachkhere microzones;
Grape variety: Tsolikauri, Tsitska;

Color:  Dark gold;

Aroma:  Despite the old age, there is a distinctive aroma of live fruit and flowers, as well as vanilla, saturated with oak timber tones;

Taste: Delicate, rounded, tender.

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VINTAGE 1945

Year: 1945

Region: Kakheti, Kvareli region, Shilda-Eniseli micro zone.

Grape species: Rkatsiteli. 

Color:  attractive, from clear amber goes to gold color.

Aroma: versatile, complicated, dry fruits, wild flowers, oak wood, slightly leather, pleasant tones of vanilla and chocolate;

Taste: refined, smooth, picante oak taste of old cognac.

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VINTAGE 1946

Year: 1946
Region: Kakheti region, Kvareli district, the Shilda-Eniseli microzone;
Grape variety: Rkatsiteli, Mtsvane;
Color: Gradient from amber to gold;
Aroma: Rich, diverse, with characteristic tones of antiquity.
Taste: Delicate, pleasant, soft.

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VINTAGE 1947

Year: 1947
Region: Kakheti region, Kvareli district, the Kindzmarauli microzone;
Grape variety: Rkatsiteli;
Color: Dark brown;
Aroma: Complex, with a harmonious mix of vanilla and chocolate;
Taste: Pleasant, delicate, with hints of caramel and oak timber.

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VINTAGE 1949

Year: 1949
Region: Kartli, the Gori-Kaspi-Mukhrani-Mtskheta microzone;
Grape variety: Chinuri, Goruli Mtsvane;
Color: Dark amber;
Aroma: Rich, diverse, with tones of dried fruit, caramel, and oak timber;
Taste: Pleasant, delicate, with spicy bitterness.

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VINTAGE 1950

Year: 1950
Region: Imereti, the Zestaponi-Terjola microzone;
Grape variety: Tsitska and Tsolikauri;
Color: Gold;
Aroma: Complex, with aroma of dried fruit, spices and wildflowers;
Taste: Soft, harmonious, with distinct tones of antiquity.

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VINTAGE 1952

Year: 1952
Region: Kartli, the Khashuri-Surami microzone;
Grape variety: Chinuri and Goruli Mtsvane;   
Color: Gold
Aroma: Rich, with characteristic tones of antiquity and chocolate-vanilla;
Taste: Soft, harmonious, with distinct tones of antiquity.

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VINTAGE 1953

Year: 1953
Region: Kakheti, the Gremi-Shilda-Sabue-Eniseli microzone;
Grape variety: Rkatsiteli;
Color: Pleasant dark gold;
Aroma: Pleasant, rich and diverse fragrance of flower blossoms, blended incredibly harmoniously with oak, chocolate and slight vanilla tones;  
Taste: Soft, harmonious, with distinct tones of antiquity.

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VINTAGE 1955

Year: 1955

Region: Kartli, Khashuri-Surami micro zone.

Grape species: Chinuri and Goruli Mtsvane.

Color:  pleasant dark gold.

Aroma: well-defined plum, almond, bread crust, with chocolate picante smell. 

Taste: smooth, harmonious, with well-defined tones of oldness.

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VINTAGE 1956

Year: 1956
Region: Imereti, the Zestaponi-Terjola microzone;
Grape variety: Tsitska and Tsolikauri;
Color: Clear gold;
Aroma: Rich, with pleasant aroma of fruit and wildflowers;
Taste: Delicate, harmonious, soft.

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VINTAGE 1957

Year: 1957

Region: Imereti, Vachevi-Zestaponi-Sviri  micro zone;

Grape species: Tsitska and Tsolikauri;

Color:  clear brown going to gold color;

Aroma: refined, pleasant, fruit and berry tones wonderfully blended with oak wood and vanilla smell; 

Taste: smooth, harmonious, with tones of oldness.

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VINTAGE 1958

Year: 1958
Region: Zemo Imereti and partially, Shua Imereti: Dzirula, Dzirula-Kharagauli and Chiatura-Sachkhere, Zestaponi microzones;
Grape variety: Tsolikauri, Tsitska;
Color: Gradient from clear dark beige to gold;
Aroma: Fragrances of fresh fruit and flowers, as well as vanilla saturated with oak timber tones;
Taste: Soft, harmonious;

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VINTAGE 1959

Year: 1959
Region: Kvemo Kartli: Bolnisi, Marneuli, Gardabani, Tetri Tskaro microzones;
Grape variety: Rkatsiteli;
Color: Gold;
Aroma: Pleasant, delicate, with tones of caramel, dried fruit, spicy vanilla and oak timber.
Taste: Full, rich, with slight spicy bitterness typical to aged brandy.

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VINTAGE 1960

Year: 1960
Region: Kvemo Kartli: Bolnisi, Marneuli, Gardabani, Tetri Tskaro microzones;
Grape variety: Rkatsiteli;
Color: Dark gold;
Aroma: Diverse, with delicate aroma of wildflowers, dried fruit and caramel;
Taste: Soft, harmonious, with tones of antiquity;

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VINTAGE 1964

Year: 1964
Region: Imereti, Vartsikhe, Dimi, Rokiti microzones;
Grape variety: Tsolikauri, Tsitska;
Color: From amber to dark gold;
Aroma: Delicate, pleasant, with an incredible blend of fruit and berry tones mixed with oak timber and vanilla fragrances;
Taste: Delicate, soft.

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VINTAGE 1968

Year: 1968

Region: Imereti, Baghdati-Vartsikhe micro zone;

Grape species: Tsitska and Tsolikauri;

Color:  attractive, clear transparent, dark amber color going to gold;

Aroma: complicated, versatile, fruit and flower smell harmoniously blends with oak and chocolate tones; 

Taste: smooth, harmonious, with tones of oldness.

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VINTAGE 1969

Year: 1969
Region: Kartli, the Aghaiani-Kaspi-Mukhrani-Mtskheta microzone;
Grape variety: Chinuri, Goruli Mtsvane;
Color: From amber to dark gold;
Aroma: Rich and diverse, with tones of dried fruit, caramel and oak timber;
Taste: Full, rich, with slight spicy bitterness typical to aged brandy.

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VINTAGE 1970

Year: 1970
Region: Kaketi region, Kvareli district, the Shilda-Eniseli microzone;
Grape variety: Tsitska, Tsolikauri;
Color: Clear gold;
Aroma: Delicate, mild, with diverse aromas of fruit and wildflowers;
Taste: Harmonious, soft, with a spicy hint of oak.

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VINTAGE 1971

Year: 1971
Region: Kakheti region, Kvareli district, the Shilda-Eniseli microzone;
Grape variety: Rkatsiteli;
Color: Dark gold;
Aroma: Complex, delicate, with aromas of black plum and wildflowers;
Taste: Soft, harmonious, with distinct tones of antiquity;

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VINTAGE 1973

Year: 1973

Region: Kakheti, Kvareli region, Shilda-Eniseli micro zone.

Grape species: Rkatsiteli  

Color:  from clear brown color goes to gold;

Aroma: versatile, fruit and flower smells harmoniously blends ith picante oak wood tones

Taste: pleasant, refined, with slight taste of caramel and oak wood.

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VINTAGE 1976

Year: 1976
Region: Kartli, the Mtskheta-Okami microzone;
Grape variety: Chinuti, Goruli Mtsvane;
Color: Gradient from gold to amber;
Aroma: Rich, with tones of dried fruit, caramel and oak timber;
Taste: Pleasant, soft, velvety.

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VINTAGE 1977

Year: 1977
Region: Kakheti, the Gremi-Shilda-Sabue-Eniseli microzone;
Grape variety: Rkatsiteli;
Color: Dark gold;
Aroma: Black plum, almond, bread crust, with spicy chocolate aroma;
Taste: Soft, harmonious;

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VINTAGE 1979

Year: 1979
Region: Imereti, the Dzirula-Kharagauli and Chiatura-Sachkhere microzones;
Grape variety: Tsolikauri, Tsitska;
Color: Gradient from clear dark beige to gold;
Aroma: Rich, diverse, with delicate aroma of flower blossoms, dried fruit and caramel.
Taste: Delicate, soft, with spicy oak tones typical to aged cognac.

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VINTAGE 1980

Year: 1980
Region:
Kartli, the Shilda-Eniseli microzone;
Grape variety: Rkatsiteli;
Color: Gold;
Aroma: Delicate, harmonious, with tones of black plum, almond and spicy oak;
Taste: Soft, delicate, with a hint of caramel and oak timber.