Mujuretuli is, with Aleksandrouli, best known as forming the other half of the cult partnership that is Khvanchkara. Like its relative, it is largely cultivated along the Rioni River in western Georgia, in the Ambrolauri and Tsageri districts. Monovarietal plantings of Mujuretuli are rare; it is mostly interplanted with Aleksandrouli in limestone and rocky soils.
A relatively vigorous vine, Mujuretuli’s conical, winged bunches are of medium size and can be quite loose. The medium-sized berry is dark blue and oval, and can be rather long. Budburst is mid-April with maturity in early October. Like Aleksandrouli, it is both frost and drought resistant.