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".

Gaumarjos!

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Vazisubani

Founded in 2008, Vachnadziani is a family-owned and operated cellar that produces fine natural wines with traditional qvevri methods of winemaking that date back over 8 thousand years. The winery harvests local grape species over a 22 hectare territory, ensuring quality control and processing all grapes with organic practices.

Region: Imereti
Appellation: Sviri

Vartsikhe Marani produces 100% natural, high quality wines made in qvevri with traditional Georgian methods dating back thousands of years. Vartsikhe Marani endeavors to produce the highest quality natural wine with organic methods, and produces limited quantities.

Region: Kakheti

Vazha Getiashvili’s Marani was founded in 2010 in the small village of Kachreti and has since pursued cultivating diverse tastes of wine made in their family tradition. They are a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Vaziani Company was established in 1982 in Kakheti and modernized and renovated in 2012. The company’s winemaking philosophy is mainly based on cultivating and nurturing endemic and rare grape varietals, which has helped with their success internationally. The company aims to continue their growth in international markets and to share Georgia’s finest natural wines with the world.

Region: Kakheti

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, railroad lines, and national charities. Chavchavadze added to the rich heritage of Georgian folklore by supporting his close friend, Vano Sarajishvili, known as the Georgian Nightingale. However, his primary vocation and passion was viticulture and wine-making: he maintained 20 hectares of vineyards which produced as many as 18,000 liters of wine, aged in 30 qvevris.
Sulkhan Chavchavadze’s palace, wine cellar, and estate were built on the foundation of his grandfather’s property, and represent the family’s high taste, hard-working character, and dedication to viniculture. The stunning Georgian 19th century architecture is still evident, despite a complicated history. In the late 1800’s, the palace and vineyards were sold to the Prince Department because of the Chavchavadze family’s debts, and eventually the land was transferred to the Romanovs, and it became and experimental farm. Unfortunately, the name, palace, and vineyards were lost or neglected.
In 2011, winemaker Lado Uzunashvili collaborated with businessmen Mamuka Khazaradze and Badri Japaridze to restore the property and vineyards. Together, they established the LTD Vazisubani Estate (or Mamuli, in Georgian) to attract tourists to the historic location. At the estate, 35 hectares of vineyards are complemented by the historic exhibition halls, restaurant, and guest house. The estate sells wines under the labels, Vazisubani Estate and Georgian Sun. It currently exports to Canada, China, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, and the company is looking to expand its international market.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Vazuri cellar produces fine natural wines with traditional Georgian methods dating back eight thousand years, combining ancient qvevri methods of winemaking with modern technology to ensure strict quality control. Local grape varieties are harvested in the vineyards in Georgia’s most historic winemaking region.

Region: Kakheti

The Vellino winery was founded in 2015 to continue family’s involvement in winemaking and to promote Georgia’s 8,000 year-old winemaking tradition. The 26 year-old winemaker makes wines from Kakhetian grape varieties, utilizing his knowledge passed down by family and fellow winemakers. Vellino makes wine with the ancient qvevri style, harvesting grapes with organic processes and ensuring quality control of their work.

Region: Kakheti

Winery Vinagora is one of the leading wine producers in Georgia, merging modern technologies and ancient traditions of winemaking to preserve unique tastes of wine and create their own unrepeatable style. Vineyards are located in the most productive wine producing regions of the nation in both eastern and western Georgia, offering the customer a wide assortment. The company produces both European style and traditional qvevri wines, while also making Georgian Chacha. Vinagora is proud of its excellent and unique wine varieties, and exports its production in 10 different countries over the world.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Vinoterra is a Schuchmann Wine brand that is Georgia’s largest Qvevri wine producer. All Vinoterra wines utilize Qvevri, large clay jars buried underneath the ground, for fermentation maceration and aging. Founded by famous Georgian winemaker Gogi Dakishvili, Vinoterra was one of the first commercial producers of Georgian qvevri wine on the international stage and has helped revive the industry. Since 2003 Vinoterra has been producing some of the highest quality and most appealing Georgian qvevri wines. Vinoterra’s whites are Amber or Orange wines since they all see close to 6 months of skin contact. Vinoterra produces three dry whites: Vinoterra Rkatsiteli, Vinoterra Mtsvane and Vinoterra Kisi. They also produce reds such as the Vinoterra Saperavi.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Tsinandali

Dakishvili Vineyards, otherwise known as Vita Vinea, is a small family-owned winery in the village Shalauri near the town Telavi in the eastern part of Georgia. For almost a century, the family has been making their own Saperavi, Rkatsiteli and Kisi wines from the grapes grown on their vineyards. All estate wines age in barrels and qvervi and get released at maturity. Vita Vinea is in association with Orgo Winery.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Wine Man is a family-owned winery, founded by Alexandre I. Jorjadze in 1998 in Georgia, and it has been making high quality classic Georgian wines since. Alexander Jorjadze comes from a noble dynasty of Kakhetian Dukes. Jorjadze family had a significant influence in the development of Georgian wine production. Grandfather of the founder of the company, Prince Alexander Jorjadze was a well-known winemaker. The present owner of the company Alexandre Jorjadze used significant family experience in recreating family winemaking traditions. The company’s ambition is to make the highest quality wines, skillfully and harmoniously combining traditional methods of Georgian wine-making with the modern technologies.

Region: Kartli

Winograph Wines seeks to discover, develop and promote rare varieties of Georgian wines, from the country where wine was first made. The first of their projects is Kintsvisi Marani, which produces rare Kartli wines such as Shavkapito, Chinuri, Goruli Mtsvane. They grow these varietals to make limited quantities of their specialty Okami wine; all of these varietals are some of the oldest in the Shida Kartli region. The winery consists of a half hectare of vines and produces 1,100 bottles annually. Their first vintage was bottled and released in 2018.

Region: Kakheti

Your Wine was established in 2015, and produces Kisi, Rhkatsiteli, Mtsvane, and Saperavi wines using the traditional Kakhetian qvevri method. Your Wine aims to produce fine natural wine with ancient Georgian practices dating back over 8,000 years.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti, Kvareli

Founded in 2004, Zangaura is managed by the ‘Georgian Wines’ company, along with other vineyards. ‘Georgian Wines’ company owns a total of 40 hectares vineyard; the estate-grown and bottled wines have an intense aroma of wild berries, cherries and black plums. The ‘single vineyard’ wines reserve the original taste acquired from the terroir of those vineyards. Zangaura Winery also collaborates with other local businesses and seeks to produce fine wines with authentic Georgian techniques.

Region: Imereti

Zekari Wine follows centuries-old Georgian traditions of winemaking and simultaneously uses modern technology, as they aim to spread awareness of both Georgian and European wine culture internationally. The winery owns vineyards in several neighboring territories near the Village Siktarva where they harvest local grape varieties Tsitska, Tsolikouri, Krakhuna, and Otskhanuri Sapre. Zekari build a new wine factory in 2016, when they introduced more technology and quality control in their production. The winery also has a small hotel to host tourists and guests interested in Georgian wine culture.

Region: Kakheti

Zhuka-Sano Winery was established in 2015 when a married couple, Zhuka and Sano, moved from Tbilisi to Kakheti, bought an old vineyard and started organic wine production.The wines are made in the traditional Georgian style, in the qvevri and bottled unfiltered. Some of the qvevris at the winery date back to 1907 and the winery harvests several local grape varieties with organic processes.
Zhuka-Sano Winery is a member of Georgia’s Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2002 as Zurab Kviriashvili Vineyards LTD, the company began construction of a new cellar in Telavi that seats 12 Qvevri vessels with a quantity of 9 tons total. They cultivate their wines with traditional Georgian methods across several local villages, dry-farming and harvesting manually over a 5.5 hectare territory. Producing up to 500 bottles a year, their wines have participated in international exhibitions.
Zurab Kviriashvili Vineyards is a member of the Natural Wine Association.