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Sarajishvili Brandy Wins Three Medals at Degustation in USA
24 December, 2016
CHICAGO, USA - Georgian brandy Producer Sarajishvili has won one silver and two gold medals at the degustation of tastings.com, powered by the Beverage Testing Institute. Tastings.com advertises itself as aiming to produce fair, impartial wine reviews for consumers.

The degustation was held in Chicago, United States, where Sarajishvili XO Brandy got 92 points out of 100. S
arajishvili VS Brandy was awarded 91 points.

In addition to the gold medals, Sarajishvili Extra Special Reserve earned 87 points, and was awarded a silver.

Tastings.com reports that Sarajishvili XO brandy has an "exceptional taste."

“Spicy, woody aromas and flavors of leather, dried fruits, chestnut, honey and pepper, with a satiny, crisp, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a tingling, engaging, medium-length conditioned leather, spiced raisins, cola, and mossy earth finish. A nice woody brandy that will play nicely in whisky cocktails,” the review reads.

As for Sarajishvili VS Brandy, tastings.com says it has brilliant amber color.

According to that citation, Sarajishvili VS has “savory, umami aromas and flavors of salty nuts and olives, conditioned leather, raisins in balsamic, and brown butter with a supple, bright, dryish medium-to-full body and a tingling, intriguing, medium-length oak, brown spices, cola float with mocha gelato, and mossy earth finish. A woody, spicy brandy for cigars or cocktails.”

Sarajishvili is the oldest of Georgia’s leading wine brandy manufacturers. It was established in 1884, a pioneer in Georgia for using classical French cognac technologies in wine brandy production. The brand offers a generous range- from three to 100 year-old brandies, produced to satisfy a diversity of needs, from low to high-income consumer categories. Sarajishvili products are successfully sold in more than 15 countries.

By Thea Morrison
Source: Georgia Today


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