紅的主要是試了本地品種Madrasa。幾支Madrasa 的酒精和單寧都屬中高，不過較Saperavi柔和，輕身一點，不過當然，複雜性和風味也少一點。最後有支Pinot Noir, 有趣，似一支我喝過的葡萄牙Pinot。
First time meeting Azerbaijani wine in wine fair, not much information found in the leaflet, just found something in Google. Azerbaijan had a thriving wine industry that dated back to the second millennium BC, until the communist rule.
The wine industry tried to revive themselves since the fall of Communism and the restoration of Azerbaijani independence.
Azerbaijan vineyards are found in the foothills of Caucasus Mountains and the Kur-Araz lowlands near the Kura River.Tasted several Azerbaijani wines made with different grape varieties, the wine quality is good, well balanced between acidity tannin and body.
Bayanshira,Rkatsiteli and Muscat are indigenous grapes and also international grapes like Chardonnay. For red, the most impressive one was Madrasa, it has generous alcohol and tannins but it’s more gentle than Saperavi.