Translated from the Georgian language, "saperavi" means "color," and one glance at Badagoni wine, Saperavi is enough to understand why this is so. Saperavi is one of the most important varieties of grapes in the Caucasus, widely spread in Europe in the XIX century. Thus, Saperavi can be considered the progenitor of many great red wines. Grapes of the Saperavi variety can withstand both a long drought and Siberian frosts. Saperavi for this wine is grown in Kakheti. The soil here is rich in limestone and marl. Saperavi from Badagoni beautifully reflects the local terroir and decorates any meal, giving it a traditional Georgian flavor.
Georgian wines in clay jugs are the embodied legacy of local winemaking. Drinks in this design demonstrate not only luxurious organoleptic properties, but also a high status, as well as a connection with the history of Georgia.