Lomtadzeebis Cellar, which was built in 1905, has maintained the traditional Georgian methods of winemaking for the past centuries and strives to produce the finest natural wine still today. They use all organic processes in their harvesting of Rkatsiteli and Saperavi grape varietals. The family still owns 24 qvevri from the 1900s to use for…

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Founded in 2015, Khvtisia Wine Cellar aims to produce the finest natural wine with traditional Georgian methods passed down for centuries. They grow and harvest all grapes organically with no additives and with thorough ecological cleanliness, operating over a 1 hectare territory farming the Rkatsiteli and Saperavi grapes. Kvtisia Wine Cellar is a member of…

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Gurjaani is a dry white wine of appellation of controlled origin (AOC), made with grapes Rkatsiteli and Mtsvane grown in the Gurjaani micro-viticulture area of the Kakheti region of Georgia. The wine has a bright golden color and an expressive aroma of apple and melon.

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Gocha Ichkitidze began Mukuzani Winery LLC with an ultra-modern vision in mind, planning to produce the finest natural wine through combining the latest modern technology with traditional Georgian winemaking methods. He plans to increase its capacity to 1 million bottles per year and uses fine Italian equipment for processing the grapes he grows. Mukuzani Winery’s…

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Nikalas Marani, originally built in 1928, has been making wine for many decades with traditional Georgian methods. In 2005 the cellar was restored and has increased production since, producing up to 15,000 bottles of wine annually over a 5-hectare territory. They have vineyards in other nearby villages and farm organically, with no irrigation. Nikalas Wine…

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Nikofore is a family-run winery, producing fine natural wines in the traditional Georgian method. Wines are made from various grapes using sustainable and natural practices, and the winery selects from the best grapes to ensure the highest quality of production.

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Georgian Wine House was founded in 1996 in Gori. The winery is very engaged in producing wines of high quality, ensuring the use of modern winemaking equipment, while using traditional winemaking techniques with qvevri, which date back older than 8,000 years. The winery owns vineyards in the Kvareli and Gurjaani municipalities in Georgia’s most popular…

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Founded in 2014, Georgian Wine Heritage produces natural wine with traditional Georgian methods, cultivating rare grape varieties native to the Kakheti region among other Georgian grapes. They produce a variety of wines with organic processes and are a member of the Natural Wine Association.

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Tamari is a family-owned winery focused on producing wine with traditional Kakhetian methods, farming several local grape varieties organically over a 5-hectare territory.

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Aguna Winery is one of the oldest winemaking companies in Georgia as they have been producing wine with traditional Georgian methods in qvevri for over 130 years. Originally founded in 1882, the company is named after the Georgian goddess of wine; according to the legend, Aguna gives wine special healing properties and offers people happiness.…

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