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The Kataro Togh is produced 100% from Khndoghny. It has a deep red colour and an intensity of ripe red fruit aromas, further enhanced by the mouth filling medium long finish. It serves well with Armenian barbeque, strong local cheeses and spicy and complex food in general.
The grapes are grown in the Togh village in the region Hadrut of Armenia where the soil is predominantly clay. The climate is mild and temperate. Average temperature is 11 °C, which fluctuates annually between 22 °C in July and −1 °C in January. Average precipitation can reach 710 mm and it is foggy for over 100 days a year. In October the grapes are harvested by hand and selected on the table before cold maceration. Fermentation is carried out at 26-28ºC for 20 days. Malolactic fermentation is realized in tanks. Wine is aged in Caucasian oak barrels from Artsakh for around twelve months.
Contains sulfites: Yes.
Ideal serving temperature: 16 to 18 °C.
Best before: 7 years after bottling.