Palavani wines are created using the grapes from their own 120 hectares, in addition to grapes produced by local growers. The winery is equipped with the latest modern technology and is capable of producing 2,500 bottles per hour. In addition to this high-production bottling facility, Palavani hosts a modern laboratory for carrying out a wide range of necessary physical and chemical analyses.
Palavani takes its mission seriously–to meet the demands of the international market–and envisions the promotion and dissemination of Georgian wines across global wine markets. Its current exports are focused in Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, China, Hong Kong, and some European nations, though it hopes to continue expanding further.
Village Kistauri, Akhmeta Municipality, Region Kakheti, Georgia
Kistauri sits on the right side of the Alazani River, in the northeastern foothills of the Gombori Range, at 560 meters above sea level. The company owns 120 hectares, and harvests Rkatsiteli, Saperavi, Mtsvane, and other grape species.
Not yet represented in the U.S. market.