Founded in 2001, Chelti proudly produces several varieties of authentic Georgian wine with traditional methods dating back older than 8,000 years. Its subterranean winery was established in 2006. The cellar is seven meters below ground and stays between 12 and 16 degrees.
Village Shilda, Kvareli Municipality, Region Kakheti, Georgia
Chelti is situated in the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains overlooking the fertile Alazani River Valley, which is famous for its history of wine production and its suitable climate for growing several unique indigenous grape varieties. The soil composition in the Shilda Village area varies per variety: the Chelti grapes are harvested from sandy-gravel soil, while the Gunashauri grapes come from clay-loam soil.