NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Nov 16, 2011) - Toast to this year's holiday celebrations with a unique wine sure to surprise your guests. Luscious sparkling wines from the country of Georgia's Bagrationi 1882 winery are the perfect bubbly for the holiday season -- both given as generous gifts and paired with this season's merry festivities.

Bagrationi 1882 specializes only in hand-crafted sparkling wines that can be paired with dishes from the appetizer course through dessert at this year's holiday gatherings. Pour the 2007 Bagrationi Reserve Brut (SRP $24.99), as an aperitif for your guests' palates. For a well-balanced savory pairing, serve the Bagrationi Classic Brut (SRP $12.99) with the hors d'oeuvres and cheeses. Finally, pop open a bottle of the Bagrationi Classic Extra Dry (SRP $12.99) with dessert and the wine's subtle fruitiness with hints of citrus and melon will harmoniously match the tasty holiday delights.

Need a festive hostess gift for the discerning foodie but tired of the overdone champagne? Wrap a bow around the 2007 Bagrationi Royal Cuvee (SRP $37.99) or present the bottle at New Year's Eve in a personalized ice bucket.

From one of the world's oldest wine-growing regions located at the same latitude as Southern France, Northern Spain, Central Italy and Northern California, Bagrationi 1882 wines offer high quality at affordable price points. With wines produced by the Method Champenois and Method Charmant utilizing the native varietals, Chinebuli, Mstvane, and Tsitska, Bagrationi 1882 wines are a treat to both the wine enthusiast and novice. Gaumarjos -- cheers to all for a great holiday season from Georgia, the cradle of the wine.

About Bagrationi 1882
Founded in 1882 by the Georgian royal family, Bagrationi 1882 is the country of Georgia's largest and leading sparkling wine producer. Bagrationi wines, the only Georgian sparkling wines sold in the US, can currently be purchased nationwide at and on-premise in Alabama, California, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Virginia, and Washington D.C. For more information, please visit

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