Khvanchkara is a red wine of Aleksandrouli, Mujuretuli grapes from a region with the same name in Georgia.
As being mentioned in Wikipedia:
Khvanchkara is a high-end, naturally semi-sweet red wine made from the Alexandria & Mudzhuretuli grape varieties cultivated in the Khvanchkara vineyards in Racha, Western Georgia. The wine has a strong, distinctive bouquet and a well-balanced tannin profile with flavors of raspberry. It has a dark ruby color. Khvanchkara wine is one of the most popular Georgian semi-sweet wines. It contains 10.5-12.0% alcohol, 3-5% sugar and has 5.0-7.0% titrated acidity. The wine has been made since 1907. It was awarded 2 gold and 4 silver medals at various international exhibitions.
This wine tastes so good, however I could not find it in Europe. I live in the Netherlands (and Italy). Does anyone know which other wines I can find in Europe would taste similar to Khvanchkara?