Founded in 2008, Vachnadziani is a family-owned and operated cellar that produces fine natural wines with traditional qvevri methods of winemaking that date back over 8 thousand years. The winery harvests local grape species over a 22-hectare territory, ensuring quality control and processing all grapes with organic practices.
Village Vachnadziani, Gurjaani Municipality, Region Kakheti, Georgia
Vachnadziani Valley is located in the Vazisubani microzone in Georgia’s eastern Kakheti region famous for its winemaking history and its fertile environment for cultivating several rare indigenous grape varietals. The winery rests at 580 meters above sea level in the foothills of the Gombori mountains, overlooking the Alazani River Valley with the Caucasus Mountains to the north.
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