Sesikeli Winery produces wine by an ancient 8000-year-old Georgian traditional method of winemaking, where the wine is naturally fermented and aged in the large clay vessels called “Qvevri”. Qvevri are buried underground which gives the wine unique taste and flavor. The process lasts 6-month and during this time grape’s skin contacts and filtrates naturally in…

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Qvibari Wine Cellar owns vineyards in the western Imereti and Kartli regions of Georgia as well as their territory in the eastern Kakheti region, where their location sits in the fertile Alazani River Valley south of the impressive Caucasus Mountains. The company sells their products in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi.

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Chibala’s Marani (Chibala’s wine cellar) is located in an ancient historical place Ikalto, Kakheti, Georgia. Paata Chibalashvili started wine production by Kakhetian traditional method from Saperavi and Rkatsiteli grape varieties in 2003. He founded in 2016 the company “NNM”, which produces wine and chacha under the brand name – “Chibalas Marani”. Paata Chibalashvili continues the…

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We embarked on our journey to something already well known and well nestled in our identity in the year of 2015 first by planting the vineyard on 22Ha land in Kakheti region of Georgia, and later by establishing BEGASO winery in close proximity to the vineyard. Our family is thrilled to cultivate multiple varieties of…

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Alazani Valley is table wine produced from Rkatsitli grape variety cultivated in Alazani gorge, Kakheti region. The wine has light gold color. It is characterized by aroma of ripe fruits and soft, pleasant semi-sweet taste. Serve as aperitif, with fruits and desserts.

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A thick black wine, rich in brambling black fruits. Intense fruit and tannin, with a long layered finish. A one of a kind powerful Saperavi.

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From Wine & Spirits Magazine Give this deep yellow mtsvane air to bring out the honeyed notes, then its earthy flavors seem to take on light, moving toward orange zest, raw hazelnut and sweet spice. The tannins lend firmness without weighing the wine down, while a hint of volatility lends tension.

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