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 georgia@marqwine.com for a complete listing.

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

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Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Tbilvino has been a leading producer of high-quality Georgian wines since its establishment in 1962. The company operates two wineries in Tbilisi and Kakheti, equipped with modern equipment which allows Tbilvino to produce 6.5 million bottles annually. Part of the grapes are harvested from its own 200ha vineyards cultivated in the Kakheti region with drip irrigation system.
A team of experienced winemakers, indigenous Georgian grape varieties, a mix of modern and traditional fermentation methods allows Tbilvino to be unique in the creation of a wide range of wine styles.

Since 2009 Tbilvino has been the largest exporter of Georgian wines, successfully selling them to about 30 countries worldwide. The company prides itself on quality and is certified with ISO 22000 and ISO 9001 standards.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Napareuli

The Tchotiashvili company Satsnakheli produces 100% of natural, highest quality elite wines, made in Qvevri using traditional centuries-old technology. They have all properties typical for wine made in qvevri: high nutrition value, therapeutic modality.

Founder Kakha Tchotiashvili is an artisan winemaker with an established marani in the Kakheti region of eastern Georgia.

He is focused on reviving ancient local varieties and makes all-natural wines according to local traditions, without any additives or chemicals in the vineyards or winemaking. All wines are fermented with wild yeast and bottled unfiltered. Kakha is a perfectionist, and he pays special attention to the vines and wines in all stages of vine growing and winemaking. This allows him to produce precise and clean flavors from ancient methods. The production is limited, and the winemaker personally inspects each bottle before numbering it and releasing to wine lovers.

Region: Kakheti

Tedo Gzirishvili has been practicing viticulture and winemaking since 1985. In his own family cellar, Tedo produces Saperavi, Rkatsiteli, and Mtsvane Kakhuri wines from grapes harvested from organic vineyards. Wines are produced in the traditional method – in kvevri – as well as using European technology, in stainless steel tanks. Their vineyard is harvested and tended with all organic processes, and to date Tedos Marani produces a limited quantity of 500 bottles annually.

Tedos Marani is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

 

Region: Kakheti

Established in 2015, Tegani uses traditional Georgian methods of winemaking and remains connected with the rich history of winemaking in the Kakheti region. They seek to produce the finest wine with Georgian techniques that are thousands of years old.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Founded in 2001, Tela Winery was created to spread Georgian wine traditions and produce unique products of grapes. The business also offers wine tours and master classes in baking georgian bread in clay oven, making georgian sweet churchkhela. Tela Winery aims to produce the finest natural wine with traditional Georgian methods and the best quality grapes from their vineyards.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

In the middle of Alazani Valley lies Kakheti’s largest and most important city, Telavi. Just outside the city is where Telavi Wine Cellar was founded in 1915. For nearly a century, the winery has blended innovation with a sense of history, keeping faithful to the noble traditions of Kakhetian winemaking, while adapting to modern methods to produce wines that would please the most refined and discerning global palate. The wines of Telavi Wine Cellar embody the personality and diversity of Georgian viticulture and highlight the cellar’s determination to present the best of their diverse local grape varieties and distinguished terroir.

Relentless improvement has been part of Telavi Wine Cellar from its very foundation and continues to this day. Modern-day technology, with stainless steel insulated tanks, pneumatic presses, gentle movement pumps and overall temperature control system shares the room with oak vats, barriques, and traditional clay vessels (qvevri) buried in the earthen floor of the great cellar.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Teliani

Originally founded in 1893, Teliani Valley combines the traditional methods of Georgian winemaking with the most up-to-date modern technology to ensure production of the finest quality natural wine.

In 2004 the company partnered with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to update their facilities, building a new wine factory and cultivating vineyards in the best micro-zone in Georgia.

The winery highly values strict quality control in all stages of their winemaking process, farming local grape varieties over 120 hectares of vineyard. Teliani Valley has won awards internationally and domestically and seeks to continue its growth in markets locally and internationally.

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 1989, Temi welcomes residents and children of all ages as an inclusive community center in addition to their winery. The winery owns 22 hectares of land, with approximately 7 hectares for organic vineyards, and they now have more than 70 residents along with international diplomatic corps and businesses regularly visiting. Local Saperavi and Rkatsiteli grape varieties are primarily harvested, all with organic and traditional Georgian methods. Temi’s wine has won awards in multiple domestic wine festivals, and they are a member of Georgia’s Natural Wine Association.

Region: Imereti

Wine-making cooperative Terjola Wine was founded in 2014 with the purpose of developing viticulture and wine-making in the region. Terjola Wine uses traditional methods of wine producing and seeks to cultivate local grapes with organic processes. Under influence of the unique soil and climate here, original grape varieties thrive. Terjola Wine holds the cellar where vine varieties owned by the cooperative are processed and wine is made in pitchers.

Region: Kartli

Tevza Winery was founded in 2018 by Goga Tevzadze on his home property in the mountains of the Mtskheta region, where he is pioneering the new winemaking wave in Georgia of micro-cuvee wine, or boutique wine. Goga Tevzadze has worked many years in the wine industry, currently still associated with the National Wine Agency, and has founded the Artisan Distillers Movement in Georgia.

Tevza Winery has managed up to six tons of grapes in 2018 and producing up to 3,800 bottles of Chinuri White, Goruli Mtsvane White, and Shavkapito Red. All grape varieties are local to the Kartli region, and in 2019 the company bottled 8,360 kg of grapes and produced up to 5,000 bottles. All processing is under the highest standards to ensure the finest quality of production.

Region: Kakheti

The Spirit of Georgia winery was founded in 2014 with its facility based in the famous Kakheti region, the winemaking heart of Georgia. The company produces 100% natural, highest quality elite wines, made in Qvevri using traditional centuries-old technology. Today the company owns 5 wine cellars—two of them are Qvevri cellars with 41 Qvevris, the third and fourth cellars are for oak barrels, and the last is an aging cellar, where already bottled wines are aged.
It’s worth mentioning that the company avoids artificial technological intervention usually applied for accelerating the process of wine maturing. Thanks to their approach for production and quality, Spirit of Georgia wines have gained recognition in local as well as international wine competitions.

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2015, Tibaani LLC aims to produce the finest natural wine with traditional Kakhetian methods of winemaking in qvevri, which date back over 8,000 years. The vineyards are located in a rain-fed zone of the Tibaani Village, in the district of Sighnaghi. Wines produced are unfiltered, harvested by the family from the Rkatsiteli grapes.
Tibaani LLC Products: White Dry Wine – Tibaani; Red Dray Wine – Saperavi; CHACHA 52 vol; CHACHA 69 vol; CHACHA 80 vol

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kindzmarauli

Founded in 1999, Tiflic Wine Cellar has since produced a variety of unique wines and achieved success in local and international markets alike. The winery aims to produce the finest possible natural wine, combining traditional qvevri winemaking methods with the most up-to-date modern technology. Tiflis Wines are popular across Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, the Baltic states, Germany, and the USA. In its 20 years of excellence, it has won over 60 high awards, including over half in gold rankings.

Region: Imereti

Tklapis Marani rests at 180 meters above sea level and is proudly committed to farming and processing their grapes organically and in the traditional Imeretian method. Their wines are made of Tsitska, Tsolikouri and Otskhanuri safere grapes grown in the vineyards of Tklapivake, and are prepared and fermented in the ancient Georgian qvevris.
Tklapis Marani is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Togonidze Wine produces fine natural wines with traditional Georgian qvevri-style winemaking methods dating back over 8,000 years. The family uses non-irrigated, chemical-free production on vineyards to create the highest quality wines. The vineyard is adjacent to the Satlianiskhevi River, right outside the city of Telavi.

Founder Gia Togonidze and his family are well known both in the local Shalauri community as well as internationally for their wines but also for their gracious hospitality for all guests who visit the winery. Togonidze’s Wines are distinguished by rich aroma and bouquet.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Tsinandali

Founded in 2010, as “Wine Products and Spirits LTD”, the company markets their production under the name Tolibashi as they continue to produce the finest natural wines with traditional Georgian viticulture methods in qvevri dating back millennia. Tolibashi harvests their vineyards over the following territories: 3 hectares of Rkatsiteli grapes, 2 hectares of Saperavi grapes, and one 2.5-hectare vineyard which is devoted to Kisi, Khikhvi, Mtsvane, and Rkatsiteli grapes.

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2015, Tsereteli Wine & Spirits uses centuries-old vinification techniques combined with the latest technology that meets the modern requirements of the international market. The company’s name honors the world-renowned Georgian painter, sculptor, and architect Mr. Zurab Tsereteli; his artwork is featured on their wine labels and their exhibitions often collaborate with his gallery showings. Tsereteli Wine is proud to produce the finest quality natural wine and spirits from Georgia and they hope to expand in local and international markets alike in the coming years.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Founded by Alex Tsikhelishvi, Tsikhelishvili Wine Cellar continues to produce fine natural wine with traditional Georgian methods, farming and processing all grapes organically and fermenting and aging wine in qvevri. They produce up to 5000 bottles annually.
Tsikhelishvili Wine Cellar is a member of Georgia’s Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Tsinandali

Tsinandali Estate is recognized as a historical site of wine’s origin, with the first recorded bottling of wine taking place there in the 1800s. It since maintains production with the traditional methods of Georgian winemaking as well as using modern technology to produce classical European vintages. They produce several distinguished, full-bodied vintages while farming organically over 11 different local vine species.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Napareuli

Twins Wine Cellar in Napareuli was established by brothers Gia and Gela Gamtkitsulashvilis, who renovated the family’s ancient wine cellar. They offer tours and host guests from all over the world in their hotel, museum, and restaurant.
To date, the cellar operates 107 qvevris, each with a 4 ton capacity. Their wine label is Qvevris Mze.