Shavnabada Monastery is a medieval Georgian Orthodox Monastery named in honor of St. George and is located at the top of Shavnabada Mountain, in southeastern Georgia, some 30 km from Tbilisi.
The Shavnabada cellar, “The Monastery Blessed”, was restored in 1992 and has produced some of Georgia’s most classical wines since 1998. The Monastery vineyards are planted in Melaani, Kakheti. Grapes from parish members and friends are also utilized under the strict supervision of the Monks.
Village Teleti, Marneuli Municipality, Region Kartli, Georgia
Shavnabada rest on the top of Shavnabada Mountain in the Shavnabada Monastery complex, in the historic Kartli region famous for winemaking. Overlooking Georgia’s capital Tbilisi, the winery lies in this hilly part of the southeastern region below the rushing Mtkvari River.
Not yet represented in the U.S. market.