Vazisubani is a dry white wine of appellation of controlled origin (AOC), made with grapes Rkatsiteli and Mtsvane grown in the Vazisubani 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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Georgian Sun produces fine natural wine with grapes grown on the Vazisubani Estate, located in the sun-drenched region of Kakheti. Winemaker Lado Uzunashvili teamed up with businessmen Mamuka Khazaradze and Badri Japaridze to restore the Vazisubani Estate, and present Georgian Sun wines as an innovative extension of the brand, intended for exporting internationally.

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Founded in 2008, Vachnadziani is a family-owned and operated cellar that produces fine natural wines with traditional qvevri methods of winemaking that date back over 8 thousand years. The winery harvests local grape species over a 22 hectare territory, ensuring quality control and processing all grapes with organic practices.

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Apogios Cellar proudly upholds the traditions of Georgian winemaking, producing wine in qvevri with ancient methods. The winery’s location in the Kakheti region offers a thriving climate for the harvest and cultivation of several rare grape varietals indigenous to Kakheti. In 2017, the Apogios Cellar produced the following qvevri wines: Saperavi – Traditional wine, fermented…

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