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Find producers throughout Georgia’s winemaking regions and appellations.
We are proud to have almost 250 Georgian wine producers listed in this directory. As of the spring of 2020, 120 of these wineries have partnered with US importers for distribution in the U.S. market. And the community is growing each month.
Learn more about these winemakers, their ancient traditions and their very dynamic wines. For importers who are seeking wines that have not yet been introduced to the US market, please contact email@example.com for a complete listing.
If you are seeking natural wines, please look for "Member of the Natural Wine Association".
Appellation: Akhasheni, Gurjaani, Kindzmarauli, Mukuzani, Tsinandali
Currently Aguna Winery owns over 25 hectares of vineyard, where local grape varietals are harvested with organic processes and wine is produced using modern European production equipment and strict measures of quality control. Wines are exported internationally and the company seeks to expand their exporting in the coming years.
Akhmeta Wine House has participated in national wine competitions and is a member of the Natural Wine Association.
Region: Bolnisi, Kakheti, Kartli
They dry farm several grape varieties in their vineyards located in three different regions, Kakheti, Bolnisi and Kartli.
All of their vineyards are bio as they use only bio products to manage their vineyards. They do not irrigate and they cultivate the soil in the old traditional way with bulls.
The Marani has a 10-ton capacity with qvevris ranging in size from 200 litres to 2000 litres. The smaller ones are in the inside marani and the larger ones are buried outside.
Alapiani Winery is a member of the Natural Wine Association.
The Bishop has renovated the cellar and installed qvevris and production began again in 2006. Since then almost 100000 bottles have been produced by the five monks working there. Traditional white and red qvevri wines are produced at the monastery as well as Chacha. The Bishop, who recalls helping his grandfather make qvevri wine, aims to integrate new and old, also using oak caskets and steel vats. In a little plot next to the Cathedral, samples of 102 grape varieties are being grown, which helps illustrate the resource on which the winemakers can call.
The company decided to produce a high-quality wine by merging the Georgian and European methods, producing a wide variety of wine according to the geographic origin, table wine, as well as wines aged in Qvevri and oak barrels. More than twenty types of wine are produced only from Georgian grape varietals, which are mainly sourced from the farmers that support the development of small-scale viticulture. For premium class wines, picked up a bunch of grapes are carefully stored in wooden boxes and are additionally sorted out on a special table in the factory, afterward they are moved to pressure machine and production process starts. Dry wines of the premium class are aged in the French oak barrels, which are called Tonnellerie de Jarnac, this gives the wine more soft, aromatic and gentle tones.
The company produces from their own 1 ha vineyard as well as 30 ha contractors’ vineyard while purchasing grapes from other local winemakers. Currently, Alazani produces up to 600,000 bottles annually, and the factory itself has 2,000,000 bottle production capacity.
The company was founded in a factory in Napareuli, not far from the city Telavi, a vibrant center of wine-making culture. Due to the growth of turnover and business expansion of the company, in 2008 a new factory was launched near Tbilisi, equipped with modern equipment.
Currently, ABF oversees the entire production cycle to ensure the highest quality product, including the reception of grapes, the distillation of wine-making materials, aging of cognac spirits, blending, production of cognac, and bottling.
They are a member of the Natural Wine Association.
The original site of the cellar, Gulashvili’s wine cellar, was founded as old as 1871 which stands as a testament to Georgia’s deeply historical traditions of winemaking in the region. Ancestral Wine Cellar cultivates local grape varietals Khikhvi, Kakhetian Mtsvivana, Kakhetian Mtsvane, Simonaseuli and Danakharu in their vineyards.
Today, the Andronikashvili family is headed by Guram Andronikashvili (born 1933), who started the process of restoration for the vineyards and village wine production. Since 2007, the family has been producing certified BIO wine and chacha.
Appellation: Kakheti, Manavi
Antadze Winery is a member of Georgia’s Natural Wine Association.
Saperavi – Traditional wine, fermented and aged in qvervi with the grape skins and pips.
Saperavi – Kakheti traditional wine, fermented and aged in qvervi with the grape skins, stems, and pips.
Rkatsiteli-Mtsvane – Kakheti traditional wine, fermented and aged in qvevri with the grape skins, stems, and pips.
Archil Guniava is a member of the Natural Wine Association.
Art Gvino is a member of the Natural Wine Association.
They are a member of the Natural Wine Association.