Solomone

Solomone, their great grandfather, is the name of the man who started the very first winemaking in 1806 where the winery is located today. They only represent Imeretian varieties of vines made in qvevri as well as classic-style wines. The high-quality crop that they have is mainly the result of a cool and moderate climate.…

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Winery PI

The grandfather who lived in Kakheti, Chumlaki in 19 century was a large landowner and farmer. He used traditional Georgian qvevri for making wine. One of his largest qvevri (4 tones) still belongs to the family. In line with family traditions, they have been growing Saperavi vineyard in Akura,(Tsinandali zone) Telavi since 2006 and in…

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Tedzami Wines

Tedzami Wines is a small winery on only 0.5 hectares, which is located at Garikula village, in the region of Shida Kartli. The name “Tedzami” is a tribute to the terroir of this area, which is developed a magnificent view along the Tedzami valley and river. This winery started in 2016 by producing Chinuri and…

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Zaal Liluashvili’s Marani

Winemaking in the Liluashvili family has a 150-year history. The great grandfather, who fought in the Second World War sent triangular letters to his wife and three children. The letters reflected the culture of growing grapes. The wine was first bottled in the year 2018. The Liluashvili family wine is distinguished by their wine that…

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Winery Zodi

Winery Zodi was founded by Nino Buskhrikidze in 2019 in the village of Zodi, Chiatura district, which owns a 215-square-meter building with a wine cellar. Vineyards are located in the village of Zodi and in the village of Chikha in Sachkhere. Winery Zodi produces 6 types of wine in the qvevri by the traditional method:…

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Churistavi Wine Cellar

The ancestors of the Churistavi Wine Cellar have been making wine since ancient times. Their family also continues the two-century-old tradition, a unique and spectacular cellar with its ethnic items (Satsnakheli and qvevri). They welcome tourists to see the Ethno Museum with wine tasting.

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Aragvispiri Wine Cellar

Aragvispiri has been producing wine since the year 2009.  At the beginning, they were experimenting with different sorts of grapes such as Kisi(Kakheti), Khikhvi(Kakheti), Chardonnay(Kartli), Cabernet(Kartli). They produce wine the classical and traditional way. Our cellar located in the Dusheti region village aragvispiri. We use a grape crushing/grape stem removal machine. As a result, clean…

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Twins Wine House

Twins Wine House in Napareuli is a family-owned business. Twin brothers Gia and Gela Gamtkitsulashvili are continuing their family heritage of winemaking.   In the early 2000s, twin brothers become pioneers in Georgia by rehabilitating their family winery and renewing ancient Georgian qvevri winemaking. Twins have expertise in qvevri and qvevri wine. They continue to…

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Sesikeli Winery

Sesikeli Winery produces wine by an ancient 8000-year-old Georgian traditional method of winemaking, where the wine is naturally fermented and aged in the large clay vessels called “Qvevri”. Qvevri are buried underground which gives the wine unique taste and flavor. The process lasts 6-month and during this time grape’s skin contacts and filtrates naturally in…

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Vazisubani Estate Winery

At the end of the 19th century, the Vazisubani estate was established by a young aristocrat, Tavadi Sulkhan Chavchavadze (Tavadi is a feudal title in Georgian). He was born in 1869 to Giorgia S. Chavchavadze and Nino Q. Sologhashvili and contributed greatly to Kakheti by creating the Literacy Dissemination Society, as well as several schools,…

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