Spekali Winery

Spekali Winery is located in Kakheti, historically the main region for wine production in Georgia. They are a small producer of exclusive, artisan qvevri wines from certain endogenous grape varieties such as Saperavi, Rkatsiteli, and Mtsvane Kakhuri, best known for their micro-zone. The vineyard was originally planted by us back in 2003-2004. They provide very…

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Chekura

It was Alex, one of the ancestors, who first produced a commercial wine into our family. Through the years he was exporting the wines in barrels to the Russian Empire. Since then, winemaking is a glorious profession of a Chekurishvili family. Sadly, Georgia being part of the USSR did not allow the ancestors to own…

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Winery Malani

Winery Malani is a family winery that is located in village Bakhvi (Guria) East Black Sea Region. Having a village historically known as a winemaking place, their aim is to promote vine growing in the village Bakhvi. Malini is proud that their winery set an example for locals and sets a solid ground for the…

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Winery Georgino

Young winemaker Giorgi was still a student of the University of Agriculture, faculty of winemaking in 2018 when he received a grant from the program “Produce in Georgia”. He registered as an Individual Entrepreneur and built a little cellar in his house in Mtskheta. Being a winemaker was his dream all his life. Giorgi is…

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Armazuli

Gocha Kvinikadze, has been engaged in family winemaking since the age of 7. In 2016, the large construction company that he co-founded, went bankrupt. After thinking about the further development of his labor activity, Gocha came to the conclusion that it was better to focus on agriculture because outside of business his only other passion…

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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 the 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…

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Sevsamora Winery

Sevsamora winery (Marani) was founded in 2015, cellar is furnished with modern Bucher Vaslin equipment. This is a place where modern winemaking technology and centuries-old traditional methods of winemaking are combined harmoniously. Marani Sevsamora is producing Bio – Organic wines with traditional methods in qvevri, as well as classical wines. In the area of the…

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Qvevri Wine Cellar

The Qvevri Wine Cellar company practices 350-year old traditions of patrimonial pitch winemaking. The restoration of this patrimonial tradition was the result of many years of research into pitch winemaking and the traditions of ancestors which have been handed down to the present day. The Georgian Times interviews Ivane Nareklishvili, owner of the company.“My wine…

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Obene Winery

Obene Winery is a family-owned wine cellar in a village in Mukhuri, Chkhorotskhu municipality, Western Georgia. The winery is producing Western Georgian grape varieties. The owner and winemaker Mikheil Tsirdava produces very limited addition, up to 60,00 bottles of qvevri wines using traditional methods in the work process. Visitors have the opportunity to take a…

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