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Tamada is a leading Georgian wine brand since 2001 within the affordable premium segment. A “Tamada” is a Georgian toastmaster, a respected and intelligent person who oversees the “supra,” a traditional Georgian feast. The main duty of the “Tamada” is to make toasts, which enables him to raise different topics and enliven the discussion, making the banqueting experience more interactive, vibrant and emotional. Over many years, Tamada has been promoting Georgian wine and culture abroad, and has acquired the status of Ambassador of Georgian wine culture in the world. Tamada is proud to exclusively present one of the most valuable Georgian paintings, “The Feast of Five Princes” by Niko Pirosmani.

The perfect fruit

The vast majority of Tamada vineyards are 15 years old, or even 25 years old for certain parcels and wines with a protected designation of origin (A.O.C.). Thanks to their deep roots, the vines drink pure water from the Caucasus Mountains and produce an abundant and rich juice.

All Tamada vines are harvested by hand, under the supervision of the House’s chief winemaker. Workers select only the finest grapes, avoiding fruit that is either too ripe on the highest branches or the green, dry grapes too close to the soil. Only the richest, juiciest and most perfect fruit leaves the vineyard for the cellar.

Tamada uses thermo-regulated tanks, or tanks regulated by subterranean temperatures. Wines with a protected designation of origin (A.O.C.), such as Mukuzani, benefit from a longer aging in oak barrels, up to 12 months old. To bring the best out of the grape, Tamada’s winemaker uses different oak barrels, including French oak.

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