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Satrapezo Range

SATRAPEZO is derived from Greek Trapeza, which means sacred table. In old Georgia, the best wines were reserved for use at the trapeza during the TRAPEZI ceremonies which were attended by the most prominent clergyman and laity. These highly prized wines came to be known as SATRAPEZO wines.

Satrapezo 10 kvevri

The Satrapezo 10 Kvevri is produced in accordance with the ancient wine-making techniques dating back 6000 years in Georgian clay reservoirs, Kvevri, buried in the earthen floor of the traditional wine cellar.

Satrapezo Icewine

Precious juice for Ice Wine is pressed from grapes that have been subjected to the harshness of winter, temperature of at least -8 °C for a couple of days. It takes timing, patience and a winemaker’s lucky gamble with nature.

Satrapezo Gviani

In the late Autumn, exposed to the sun, drenched mature Rkatsiteli crapes from the right bank of Alazani River, enveloped in Botrytis Cinerea, are ready for harvest. Remarkable fungus paradoxically transforms decay into gold

Satrapezo Mtsvane

Satrapezo Mtsvane is produced in accordance with ancient wine-making techniques dating back 6000 years in Georgian clay reservoirs, Kvevri, buried in the earthen floor of the traditional wine cellar.

Satrapezo Saperavi

The Satrapezo Saperavi is produced in accordance with ancient wine-making techniques dating back 6000 years in Georgian clay reservoirs, Kvevri, buried in the earthen floor of the traditional wine cellar.

Satrapezo Icewine Cabernet

The fully frozen grapes in Cabernet Sauvignon blocks of Kondoli vineyards have been picked in early December, when the outside temperature fell down to -9°C.