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Teliani Valley offers one more present to its customers for New Year: new collection of Georgian-French wines, Mossano will appear on the shelves of stores. Initiative to produce this new collection belongs to Teliani Valley’s new wine-maker Marc Dwornik.
Concept of collection and its name Mossano was not selected by an accident. Merl Antoin Mossano was born in XIX century, in Bordeaux. In 1891 on the decree of Nicholoz Romanov, he was invited to Georgia, Kakheti’s royal estate as a senior wine-maker.
Mossano worked for 9 years in Georgia. He was the first to introduce the method of making European wine from local grape varieties. With his initiative various French grape varieties were brought to Georgia and cultivated. From these foreign varieties, Cabernet-Sauvignon cultivated on the Teliani Valley was most successful. Emperor wine Teliani was made from this grape.
To prepare wines for Mossano collection, Georgian and French grapes cultivated in Georgia are subtly gathered and sorted by hand. Wine is poured via gravitation, by drift, without using pumps. In such a way wine is less disturbed and original tastes and aromas characteristic to the grape varieties are maintained.
At the moment Mossano collection includes 5 wines: Cabernet-Saperavi, Saperavi-Rose, Chardonnay-Rkatsiteli, Sauvignon blanc, Sauvignon-Mtsvane. Company will offer its customers the main brand of the collection Mossano Telliani in spring.
Teliani Valley announced a competition on the design of Mossano’s poster in relation to launch of new series. Merl Antoine Mossano brought many novelties to Georgian and played a significant role in the development of Georgian wine production.
Teliani Valley continues this tradition and with Mossano Collection plans to support development of various fields in Georgia. First step in this direction is competition for Mossano’s poster. This field of art, well-developed in Europe, is in its very first phase of development in Georgia.
During Mossano Presentation, competent jury will reveal winners of the competition, who will be awarded with monetary and other prizes. At the end of presentation degustation of wines from Mossano Collection will be held.