Manaveli family wine cellar was established in 2014 with the aim to produce the highest quality qvevri wines that preserve Georgian winemaking traditions while accentuating the distinct rich tastes of the wine. Grapes are grown locally and winemaking is done by hand by the three generations of winemakers in the family. Wines are made using the traditional Georgian techniques dating back thousands of years. Stainless steel tanks and barrique barrels are used as well.
Village Manavi, Sagarejo Municipality, Region Kakheti, Georgia
Manaveli is located in Georgia’s eastern Kakheti region famous for its winemaking history and its rich climate for the cultivation of grapes. The vineyards sit in the foothills of the mountains near the Alazani River Valley and the looming Caucasus range, while the nation’s capital Tbilisi lies to the southwest.