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Vitlenwine Limited: acting as No1 importing wholesaler of Georgian wine in the United Kingdom, discover from the online wine retailers the opportunity to taste one of the greatest wines in the world. You can purchase a single bottle (1-3 days delivery) or a case of 6 bottles that can be delivered the next day to your doorstep for free. 


Next-Day Delivery: place your order on a weekday before 10:00 am and receive your delivery the next day by 8:00 pm.

Ideal For: weddings, parties, corporate evenings, celebrations, festivals, carnivals, nightclubs, wine bars, restaurants, shops, stores, and wholesale.

Weekend: must be confirmed via two working days in advance.

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Wine list from Georgia

​Pirosmani red medium dry (12% Alc)

Pirosmani is a red medium-dry wine made from Saperavi grapes. It
has an intense ruby color with a violet hue. On the nose, there are notes of ripe cherries with hints of prunes.The taste is full, soft yet spicy, and leads into an incredibly long and 
well, balanced finish.

Food Pairings: Ideal for drinking with baked ham and sausages.

Harvest Period: 2022

Grape Variety: Saperavi

Region: Kakheti

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Napareuli red dry (13% Alc)

It's medium ruby red, with a bouquet of strawberry and spice, and a subtle hint of vanilla oak. On the palate, it has a smooth, mellow texture with plenty of berry fruit, licorice notes, and subtle oak.


Food Pairings: Grilled meat, medium-aged cheese. 

Harvest Period: 2020

Grape Variety: Saperavi 

Region: Kakheti

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Saperavi red dry (12% Alc)

"Saperavi" is a traditional dry red table wine, made from Saperavi grape variety. The wine is characterized by rich, dark-garnet colour with a purple tint, bright fresh varietal aroma with notes of black currant. The taste is fresh, virile, full-bodied, with good tannin structure, sometimes with a pleasant slight bitterness, and with a long pleasant aftertaste. 

Food Pairings: Delicious on its own, juicy meat (game meat, roasted lamb, grilled pork, veal) chicken stew, roasted potatoes, hard cheeses, spaghetti, beans, salads, and sandwiches

Harvest Period: September 2017

Grape Variety: Saperavi

Region: Kakheti

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Tsinandali white dry (12​% Alc)

"Tsinandali" is a high-quality dry white wine, made from Rkatsiteli and Mtsvane grape varieties. The wine is characterized by its light straw colour, developed bouquet and specific varietal aroma with floral and honey tones. On the palate is soft, gentle, full-bodied, harmonious, oily and with a long pleasant aftertaste. 

Food Pairings: Served with cold vegetable dishes with nuts, hard cheeses, seafood, fish, turkey and chicken

Harvest Period: 2020

Grape Variety: 85% Rkatsiteli 15% Mtsvane
Region: Kakheti

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Rkatsiteli Qvevri amber (12.5% Alc)

"Rkatsiteli" is the amber wine, traditional Kakhetian wine produced in Qvevri (clay vessel) it is a classic example of this style. In the very first scents, you will feel well-known aromas, Georgian spices dried flowers, toasted bread and sweet tones (candied hazelnuts) at the end.

Food Pairings: Fried fish and fried chicken

Harvest Period: 2019

Grape Variety: Rkatsiteli

Region: Kakheti

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Georgian wine list

Wine culture has 8000 years of history in Georgia and a lot of historical, archaeological, ethnographical materials and manuscripts that prove that.

The history of wine was started in Neolith era and the most evidence about that were found in Georgia. In Kvemo Kartli, south from Tbilisi, in the valley of Marneuli, the archaeologists found several grape seeds from the VI millennium BC and they were classified as the cultural variety „Vitis Vinifera Sativa“.


Some clay fragments were also discovered there, in the ancient ruins and wine acid signs were found on those fragments. Ancient signs of wine are also discovered in the ruins of the Neolith era close to Gori (Georgia).


These discoveries show that humans living there in VI-V millennia BC were already growing vine. In addition, clay jar fragments confirm that those wine-making activities were already well developed and the vine-growing process had been started in Georgia a long time ago.


Vine-growing was not hard for Georgians, as they did not need to bring vine plants from other places, as wild vine was always growing in the south Caucasus.


It is found to grow in Georgia even today. It is worth mentioning that, there are about 4000 vine species in the world, where more than 500 are from Georgia.

Vine and wine got even stronger role in Georgia after Christianity, as Holy Nino came into Georgia with the vine cross and wine began to be associated with the blood of Jesus.

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In Vani, near Kutaisi, during the archaeological excavations, a bronze man statue with wine horn in his hands, dating back to VII BC was found. This means that at that time not only wine-making but also wine-drinking culture was already well developed in Georgia.


There are many ancient Greek, Persian and Georgian manuscripts about Georgian wine: Xenophon (V BC) writes that wine from Kolkheti (Georgia) was “fragrant and pleasant”.

Strabo (I BC) writes that vine was prevailed in Iberia (Georgia) and the grape harvest was so big that the population could not consume it themselves.

“Georgia is the cradle of wine” - said Hugh Johnson, the famous English writer and wine expert, who led the opening of Vinopolis - the city of wine - a theme park for oenophiles in London in 1999.

Kintauri-Georgian folk dance

A kinto in the old city of Tbilisi was a street merchant. But not just a businessman as we might think of them. He was a character such as might step out of a novel of the old world. He was creative, quick and humorous, always ready for a clever act. As a customer chose goods, the kinto took a silk shawl from his silver belt and used it as a kind of balance. In this dance, there is an oriental sense of rhythm, extravagant dance steps and humorous and playful gestures. We find a delightful blend of slapstick and virtuosity in this colourful dance.

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