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Keduretuli, Mudzhuretuli, Mudshurestuli|
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Mujuretuli is a red wine grape grown in Georgia. It is also known as Mudzhuretuli, Mudshuretuli and Keduretuli.
The Georgians claim it as one of their national varieties but it's found in Russia and Ukraine as well. Since 1907, it has been blended with Aleksandrouli to make Khvanchkara wine.
Distribution and Wines
Used in Georgia to produce a varietal rosé and a medium bodied, semi-dry, chewy blend (with Alexandrouli) having good acids and claimed to have aroma flavors reminiscent of pomegranates.
Vine and Viticulture
It has long clusters of deep purple grapes.