The company decided to produce a high quality wine by merging the Georgian and European methods, producing a wide variety of wine according to the geographic origin, table wine, as well as wines aged in Qvevri and oak barrels. More than twenty types of wine are produced only from Georgian grape varietals, which are mainly sourced from the farmers that support the development of small-scale viticulture. For premium class wines, picked up a bunch of grapes are carefully stored in wooden boxes and are additionally sorted out on a special table in the factory, afterwards they are moved to pressure machine and production process starts. Dry wines of premium class are aged in the French oak barrels, which are called Tonnellerie de Jarnac, this gives wine more soft, aromatic and gentle tones.
The company produces from their own 1 ha vineyard as well as 30 ha contractors’ vineyard, while purchasing grapes from other local winemakers. Currently Alazani produces up to 600,000 bottles annually, and the factory itself has 2,000,000 bottle production capacity.
Saperavi 2018 Red Dry- 13.00%
Rkatsiteli 2018 White Dry- 13.00%
Tsinandali 2017 White Dry- 13.50%
Saperavi Premium 2018 Red Dry- 13.00%
Mukuzani 2017 Red Dry- 13.50%
Village Kardenakhi, Gurjaani Municipality, Region Kakheti, Georgia
Alazani is located in Georgia’s eastern Kakheti region famous for its winemaking history and its fertile climate for wine production. The winery rests in the ancient Alazani River Valley with the Caucasus Mountains to the northwest and the nation’s capital Tbilisi to the southwest, where the company’s offices are located.