Ten years ago, Alex Motserelia of Georgia met Bruno Giroud of France. Their love of nature and farming in addition to their passion for wine led them to invest in the Kakheti region. Chateau Bruale and Cap Georgia collaborate to create fine wines, as well as a local slice of education and hospitality. Their wines are made exclusively in qvevri, the traditional vinification method. In 2017, the crop yielded 9,000 bottles of Sapervi and 15,000 bottles of Rkatsiteli-Mtsvane.
Village Tkhilistkaro, Kvareli Municipality, Region Kakheti, Georgia
The winery is under the conversion process to organic, and all of its wine and hazelnut trees will be certified organic by 2019. Of 8 hectares total, 5 are used for Rkatsiteli-Mtsvane, 2 hectares are dedicated to Saperavi, and the remaining hectare serves as testing grounds for a large number of indigenous rootstock varieties.
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