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Kara Kermen Tempranillo Saperavi 2018 Beykush

Kara Kermen Tempranillo Saperavi 2018 Beykush

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Red dry wine Kara Kermen from Southern part of Ukraine. The wine is hot like the southern night, thick and enshrouding. Figs in chocolate, cherries with rum, truffles, noble anise and a little smoke — numerous flavours can be found in this glass. This assemblage of Saperavi and Tempranillo is made by the method of “appassimento” from dried berries — hence the pleasant tartness, sweetness and rich colour. The wine got its name from the name of the ancient building Kara Kermen (which means Black Fortress), which stood on the territory of the modern city of Ochakiv, near the Beykush winery.

We will not reveal all the secrets of “Kara Kermen” — they are revealed to everyone in their own way

Food Pairing: the wine goes well with grilled meat dishes, pastas, aged cheeses, and poultry​

Varieties: Saperavi 50%, Temranillo 50%
ABV:  14,5%
Residual Sugar: 2,8 g/l
Total Acidity: 5,9 g/l
Ageing time: 36 months


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Awesome berry jam wine

Nose is warm dry raisins, dark cherry. Start is unexpectedly acidic, the body is full of red berries with the transition to dark cherry with touch of chocolate in the aftertaste. It reminds me good Valpolicella Ripasso but with additional level of the acidity that it is in a perfect balance with the dark berries body. It was awesome with the duck dish.