Asuretuli Shavi

Synonym names of the variety are Asuretuli, Shaltraube, Shal and Shalshvarts. Asuretuli Shavi is an old Georgian variety, selected during the 19th century from a wild mother plant growing near the village of Asureti in the Tetritskharo district. The juice contains 18.0-22.0 % of sugar and 5.0-9.0 g/l of total acidity. Asuretuli Shavi wines have sufficient good quality and can age for several years. The grapes are also used for making juice or for fresh consumption.