Saperavi Severny

Saperavi Severny is a Russian breeding hybrid variety suitable for growing in colder climates. It comes from the Georgian variety Saperavi, and literally means Northern Saperavi. Saperavi Severny shares very similar charasteristics with its Georgian parent, but it is also used to make grape juice.

Colour, Aromas and Taste Profile

Saperavi Severny is a Russian hybrid grape variety that has a deep blue-black colour with aromas of blackberry, blueberry and plum. It has a juicy, full-bodied taste profile with plenty of tannins and a high acidity.

Fresh Saperavi Severny grapes on the vine

Regional Features & Food Pairings

Saperavi Severny is grown primarily in the North Caucasus region of Russia and Georgia. Saperavi Severny is a hardy variety that is resistant to cold temperatures and can be grown in a variety of soils. The grapes are harvested late in the season and are often used for sparkling and fortified wines, as well as for blending in red wines. The North Caucasus region produces a wide range of styles of Saperavi Severny. These include light, fruity wines with low tannins and high acidity, full-bodied wines with intense tannins and a more complex flavour profile, and sweet wines with a high sugar content. Saperavi Severny pairs well with grilled meats, game and rich stews. It also goes well with mature cheeses and dark chocolate.

Foods to pair with Saperavi Severny:

Deep fried
Light meat
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