Saperavi (Georgian: საფერავი; literally “paint, dye, give color”) is an acidic, teinturier-type grape variety native to the country of Georgia, where it is used to make many of the region’s most well-known wines.
Mtsvane or Mtsvane Kakhuri is a grape variety used to make Georgian wines. It is used to make white wine. It was so named to refer to the yellowish-green colouring of the ripened berries. It is often blended with Rkatsiteli to create a fruity, aromatic wine. In the Georgian language the word mtsvane means new, young and green.