|A Georgian vintage brandy. Egrisi
is the ancient name of Western Georgia. The brandy has a characteristic
gentle flower flavour inherent in all Georgian brandies. It is made of
the local grape varieties cultivated on the slopes of the Caucasian mountains.
Egrisi was first produced to mark the 200th anniversary of the Georgiyevsky
Treaty by which Georgia joined Russia. The brandy contains 40 % alcohol,
0.7 % sugar. Its age is six years.
||A vintage brandy manufactured
since 1954. The brandy is blended of 6 - 7 year-old alcohols produced in
the Vartsikhe and Mayakovski districts in Western Georgia. The brandy is
characterized by palegolden colour, a light yet well-developed bouquet,
a harmonious taste. Displayed at the international and All-Union exhibitions
since 1958, the Vartsikhe brandy has been awarded three gold and two silver
medals. Its strength is 42 vol.%, sugar content 12 %.
|A vintage brandy first produced
in 1961 to mark the 40th anniversary of Soviet Georgia and having been
in production ever since. The brandy is blended of alcohols made in the
Kvareli and Gurdzhaani districts in Eastern Georgia and in the Sachkhere
district in Western Georgia. The average age is nine years. Gremi has amber
colour, a flower fragrance and a fine and harmonious taste. For its supreme
taste and other properties it was awarded four gold and two silver medals
at the international and All-Union exhibitions. The strength is 43 vol.%,
the sugar content 7 %.
||A vintage Georgian brandy made
of 10-year old alcohols produced in the Zestaphoni, Gurdzhaani and Ambrolauri
districts in Eastern and Western Georgia. The brandy of golden colour is
characterized by a harmonious bouquet and a slightly pungent taste. The
latter is the result of a high alcohol content in the brandy. The brandy
has been manufactured since 1973. At the international and All-Union exhibitions
Kazbegi was awarded one gold and silver medals. Its strength is 45 vol.%,
sugar content 7 %.
|A vintage Georgian brandy made
of mature alcohols produced in Mukhraani, Digomi and Gori, Eastern Georgia.
The average age is 10 years. Abkhazeti is characterized by pale-green colour,
a well-pronounced bouquet and a gentle harmonious taste. Produced since
1970, the brandy was awarded one silver medal at an international exhibition.
Its strength is 42 vol.%, sugar content 1.2 %.
||(Russian abbreviation for "ochen
stary" - very old) - a vintage Georgian brandy. The oldest brand of Georgian
brandies, it was first produced in 1901 to mark the 100th anniversary of
the unification of Georgian with Russia. The OC brandy is characterized
by a fine bouquet with a vanillic flavour, a gentle and harmonious taste.
These noble properties are the result of blending 12 year-old alcohol brands
produced of certain grape varieties in Georgia. Since 1955 this brandy
has been successfully competing with the best cognacs and brandies produced
in the world. At the international and All-Union exhibitions it was awarded
six gold and three silver medals. The strength is 43 vol.%, the sugar content
|The pride of the Georgian brandy
industry. It was produced in 1946 to mark the 26th anniversary of Soviet
Georgia. The average age of the brandy is 12 - 15 years. It is characterized
by a gentle and fine bouquet with a pronounced vanillic flavour, a soft
and velvety taste and a pleasing amber colour. These excellent characteristics
are imparted to the brandy by high-quality primaries of which the brandy
is blended. It is made of the best Rkatsiteli grape varieties cultivated
in the Eniseli district of the Alazani Valley. The excellency of this brandy
is the result of the supreme skills of Georgian brandy-makers. At the international
and All-Union exhibitions Eniseli deserved nine gold and three silver medals.
Its strength is 43 vol.%, sugar content 7%.
||A vintage Georgian brandy blended
of 15 - 20 year alcohols produced in the Kvareli and Gurdzhaani districts,
Eastern Georgia. This dark-golden brandy is characterized by a well-pronounced
vanillic taste with soapy undertones, a fine velvety and oily fragrance.
Tbilisi was put into production in 1958 to mark the 1500th anniversary
of the city of Tbilisi. At the international and All-Union exhibitions
the brandy was awarded eight gold and one silver medal. In 1966 the board
of judges of the Leipzig International Fair singled out the Tbilisi brandy
as the best Soviet brandy and awarded in the gold medal. The strength is
43 vol.%, the sugar content 7 %.
|A vintage Georgian brandy made
of high-quality 20 year-old alcohols produced in the Mukhrani, Bolnisi,
Kvareli, Zestaphoni and Ambrolauri districts. The brandy is characterized
by dark-golden colour, a well-pronounced bouquet, an oily, full and harmonious
taste. The Sakartvelo brandy was produced in 1971 to mark the 50th anniversary
of Soviet Georgia. At the international exhibitions it was awarded three
gold medals. The strength is 40 vol.%, the sugar content 7 %.