Saturday, February 9, 2013

Georgian wine tasting party scheduled in Tokyo for Valentine's Day

09.02.2013 (Hvino News). Georgian Wine Tasting is scheduled for Saturday 16th February 2013 at Engawa Inn in Jiyugaoka, Tokyo, Japan (18:00-20:30). The organizers say: "We will hold the next Wine Tasting Party. At the event you will be able to enjoy drinking a variety of white and red unique kvevri natural organic wines from Georgia (Europe) not available anywhere else in Japan.

Georgia has the oldest tradition of wine making, as much as 8,000 years old, with over 500 unique grape varieties found nowhere else. These varietals have not been cross-bred and retain their natural power and structure. The wines are made with all of the grape (skin and seed, as well as flesh) in a unique style in clay jars and fermented underground at natural earth temperature. The wines are organic with only naturally occurring sulphites, giving a clean product rich in polyphenols and antioxidants with great health benefits.

While the wines are rich, viscous, delicious and satisfying with normal levels of alcohol people are able to drink more of these wines than other wines with none of the ill effects associated with alcohol drinking such as upset stomach, hangover etc.

You will also be able to taste some delicious authentic Georgian food which matches the taste of the wines perfectly".

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