Winograph Wines – Kintsvisi Marani
Winograph Wines seeks to discover, develop and promote rare varieties of Georgian wines, from the country where wine was first made. The first of their projects is Kintsvisi Marani, which produces rare Kartli wines such as Shavkapito, Chinuri, Goruli Mtsvane. They grow these varietals to make limited quantities of their specialty Okami wine; all of these varietals are some of the oldest in the Shida Kartli region. The winery consists of a half hectare of vines and produces 1,100 bottles annually. Their first vintage was bottled and released in 2018.
Village Kintsvisi, Kareli Municipality, Region Kartli, Georgia
Winograph's vineyards are on the south banks of the Dzama river gorge, a tributary to the Mtkvari River system. The altitude is approximately 620 meters (2,030 ft) above sea level, and the climate is humid subtropical with moderately cold winters and long warm summers.
Not yet represented in the U.S. market
Winograph Wines – Kintsvisi Marani Labels