Winery Directory

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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 for a complete listing.

If you are seeking natural wines, please look for "Member of the Natural Wine Association".


Gurjaani Cellar 1

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Gurjaani

This historic winery was established in 1929 in Kakheti, located in the ancient village of Gurjaani. 1929 Gurjaani owns 3 hectares of vineyards where local grape varietals are harvested with organic processes and wine is produced using traditional Georgian winemaking methods. The wine factory has been modernized with the latest technology as well, enabling the company to produce 18 different types of wine and brandy as well as a selection of juices and jams.

Aguna Grapes 2 1

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Akhasheni, Gurjaani, Kindzmarauli, Mukuzani, Tsinandali

Aguna Winery is one of the oldest winemaking companies in Georgia as they have been producing wine with traditional Georgian methods in qvevri for over 130 years. Originally founded in 1882, the company is named after the Georgian goddess of wine; according to the legend, Aguna gives wine special healing properties and offers people happiness.

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 Qvevri

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2014, Akhmeta Wine House seeks to uphold their family practice of winemaking along with traditional Georgian winemaking methods. They are dedicated to farming all grapes organically and with natural processes, farming several regional grape varieties over vineyards in neighboring towns as well.

Akhmeta Wine House has participated in national wine competitions and is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

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Region: Bolnisi, Kakheti, Kartli

Alipiani’s Marani was founded in 2011 by three long-time friends. They produce natural wines with traditional Georgian methods.

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.

Alaverdi Monastery

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kardenakhi

Alaverdi Monastery Marani is a remarkable place where the history is tightly bound with the modern world. Alapiani Winery The cellar is within the monastery walls and was built on the site of the old cellar of 8th – 10th centuries and includes a large room of 12th century construction with qvevris buried in the floor. Not much remains of the original ancient wine cellars that were part of the Monastery, which was built in 1011 – a date inscribed in the address of its website. The 11th-century marani had 25 qvevris.

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.

Maisuradze2 Thumb Grapes

Region: Kakheti

Alazani is located in the Kardenakhi Village in Georgia’s Kakheti region. The history of the winery originates from the 19th century with the modern building was constructed in the 1970’s, when it represented the largest wine enterprise in Georgia. In 2016-2017, the factory was equipped with the modern equipment of Italian brand Della Toffola.

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.

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Region: Kartli
Appellation: Kakheti

Alcoholic Beverage Factory (ABF) produces cognac spirits and cognac, with more than ten years of representation in the markets of the Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and other countries of CIS, the Baltic States, Italy, France and etc.

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.

Aleksandreuli1 Thumb Grapes

Region: Racha

Alexandreuli LTD was founded in 1998 and has been preserving the culture and traditions of Georgia by producing quality wines ever since. They have used several names in addition to their current label, including Mujuretuli, and Tetra. Alexandreuli prides itself on completing the production cycle in every stage of the process of creating the finest natural wine, from breeding the vines to bottling on site. Their primary treatment facility and bottling location are in Bugeuli, occupying 2 hectares of land and turning 250 tonnes of raw grapes into 1 million bottles of wine annually.

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Region: Kartli

Alexander Distillery specializes in traditional Georgian qvevri wines, Old World style wines, and hand-crafted small batch blended whiskey, chacha, and fruit brandies. The winery is open daily for tasting and accommodations, offering the experience and knowledge of traditional Georgian culture. All bottles are made in limited production, producing quality wine and drinks with unique flavors.

Alexanders Wine Cellar Qvevri

Region: Kakheti

Alexander’s Wine Cellar returns to the family’s ancestral winemaking history, farming 1.5 hectares of land organically and making the wine with traditional technologies.

Amiran Vineyards 2

Region: Imereti

Amiran Vepkhvadze’s Wine Cellar farms grapes with organic practices and traditional Georgian methods, making dry wines with varied tastes and subtle intensities.
They are a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Anapea Vineyards

Region: Kakheti

Anapea is a small vineyard and winery committed to preserving the traditional qvevri method, as well as ecologically sound practices. Anapea is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Ancestral Wine Cellar Guests Faces Tasting

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2015, Ancestral Wine Cellar has a mini-hotel, ethnographic and wine tasting spaces and verandas overlooking the Alazani valley and the Caucasus. The winery offers winery tours, wine-tastings, an introduction to the Qvevri winemaking techniques; churchkhela making; bread making; participation in a Georgian feast, Supra, accompanied by the Georgian national music with live performances.

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.

Andro Thumb Vineyard2

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Akhasheni

Andronikos I Komnenos was the emperor of Byzantium from 1105-1183, and during his exile from Constantinople he settled in Kakheti. His son, Alexios Komnenos (1170-1199) is the forefather of the noble Andronikashvili family. Regarded as the grandees of first class in the Kingdom of Kakheti, they held political, military, and diplomatic posts at the Georgian court and had ties via marriage to the royal Bagrationi dynasty. Their estates were known as Saandroniko and comprised of several villages including Akhasheni, Pkhoveli, Melaani, and Chalaubani. Following Russian annexation of Georgia in 1801, the Andronikashvilis were confirmed in the dignity of knyaz of Russian Empire in 1826.

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.

Antadze Vineyards

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti, Manavi

Founded in 2006, Antadze Winery produces traditional Georgian wine with all organic methods, farming grapes over 3 hectares of vineyard. The winery uses local grape varieties, producing up to 13,000 bottles of wine annually.
Antadze Winery is a member of Georgia’s Natural Wine Association.

Apogios Qvevris

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Vazisubani

Apogios Cellar proudly upholds the traditions of Georgian winemaking, producing wine in qvevri with ancient methods. The winery’s location in the Kakheti region offers a thriving climate for the harvest and cultivation of several rare grape varietals indigenous to Kakheti. In 2017, the Apogios Cellar produced the following qvevri wines:

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 Owner Face

Region: Imereti

Archil Guniava Wine Cellar is a small Georgian family winery in the western Imereti region of Georgia. The family has been making traditional Georgian wine for generations, farming local grape varietals on a 1.5 hectare vineyard. Harvesting all grapes with organic methods, Archil Guniava Wine Cellar has produced up to 1,100 bottles annually and exports internationally.
Archil Guniava is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Art Gvino Qvevris

Region: Kakheti

Art Gvino has been producing natural, organically-sprayed wines since 2016. Vineyards are located in the village of Artana in the Telavi Municipality. Fermentation takes place in qvevri, while local grape varieties are harvested with organic practices. Wine is bottled without filtration, using traditional Georgian methods without chemical additives.

Art Gvino is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Artana Vineyard Flowers

Region: Kakheti

Artana Winery was founded in 2014 to carry on the family winemaking tradition, and continues to produce the organic Kvevri wines that are so culturally significant to the region.
They are a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Artanuli Gvino Owners Faces

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Napareuli

Founded in 2006, Artanuli Gvino prepares wine with traditional Georgian methods, all from local grape varietals. All vineyards are farmed organically, and the vineyards are located within a mile of the cellar itself. The winery has been family owned and operated since its founding, and is a member of the Georgian Natural Wine Association.