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

Ten years ago, Alex Motserelia of Georgia met Bruno Giroud of France. Their love of nature and farming in addition to their passion for wine led them to invest in the Kakheti region. Chateau Bruale and Cap Georgia collaborate to create fine wines, as well as a local slice of education and hospitality. Their wines are made exclusively in qvevri, the traditional vinification method. In 2017, the crop yielded 9,000 bottles of Sapervi and 15,000 bottles of Rkatsiteli-Mtsvane.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Located in the Khashmi Village, Chateau Khashmi uses traditional Georgian methods of winemaking that date back 8,000 years, and continue to practice organic growing and harvesting of grapes. They are known for producing distinctive types of wine from local grape varietals.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Chateau Mere opened in September 2011 in Vardisubani Roseville, near Telavi. It partners with Winiveria, one of Georgia’s first agrotourism companies. The winery prides itself on its production of authentic Georgian wines produced with traditional qvevri methods dating back over 8,000 years. The winery seeks to continue the revival of the natural wine movement in Georgia.

Region: Kartli
Appellation: Atenuri (or Ateni)

Chateau Mukhrani produces fine natural wine with traditional Georgian methods dating back thousands of years, as well as other quality European wines. The estate owns 100 hectares of vineyard that are carefully maintained to assure the richest and highest quality of grape production. Chateau Mukhrani is also home to the ‘Samepo Marani 1878’ Restaurant, where fine Georgian cuisine is served with fresh local ingredients, and their wine has competed and won international awards for the past decade as they continue to expand in local and international markets alike.

Region: Kakheti

With their first vintage produced in 1920, Chateau Napareuli refines their craft of natural wine production to produce the finest Kakhetian wine using local grape varietals. The winery currently harvests 0.15 hectares of Kisi and Mtsvane grapes along with one hectare of Saperavi and one hectare of Shiraz, producing up to 1000 bottles annually. All grapes are processed organically as the wine is made with traditional Georgian methods in qvevri, without any additives.

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

Since 2011, Chateau Nekresi has been producing wines from the soul of Georgia in the eastern Kakheti region famous for its wine production. In a relatively short time, they have expanded their production to include exports to Canada, France, USA, Russia, Turkey, Estonia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan.

 

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2001, Chelti proudly produces several varieties of authentic Georgian wine with traditional methods dating back older than 8,000 years. Its subterranean winery was established in 2006. The cellar is seven meters below ground and stays between 12 and 16 degrees.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Chibala’s Marani (Chibala’s wine cellar) is located in an ancient historical place Ikalto, Kakheti, Georgia. Paata Chibalashvili started wine production by Kakhetian traditional method from Saperavi and Rkatsiteli grape varieties in 2003. He founded in 2016 the company “NNM”, which produces wine and chacha under the brand name – “Chibalas Marani”. Paata Chibalashvili continues the wine-production tradition of his ancestors, who at the beginning of the 20th century had a wine shop and cellar in St. Petersburg, the capital of the Russian Empire. Our family wine cellar produces wines from Saperavi, Rkatsiteli, and Mtsvane grapes and prepares Chacha(Grappa) by Georgian traditional method.

Ikalto wine cellar is furnished with both traditional and modern equipment. We have 100 years old Qvevris (underground clay jars), where grape juice ferments to organic wine. Paata Chibalashvili has fifteen years of experience based on the 100 years of a continuous tradition of winemaking that is reflected in the quality of the wine. The annual growth of wine sales is based only on wine quality. We plan to build a second Marani (wine cellar) and expand production in 2020. In the new cellar bigger size Qvevris will be placed that will enable us to produce a wider range and a greater quantity of Qvevri wine. The unchanged rule of Chibala’s Marani founder is to deliver the best quality wine from the best quality grapes.

Region: Kartli
Appellation: Atenuri (or Ateni)

Founded in 2017, Chigogidze Wines continues to produce both classic European wines and historic Georgian wines with traditional Georgian methods, as their family has been making wine for decades. They seek to revive rare and missing grape varieties, working in regions suitable for the cultivation of these nuanced wines. Chigogidze Wines farms all grapes with organic processes and has participated in international wine showings.

Region: Kartli

Founded in 2017, Chito’s Gvino is a small, family owned and operated winery that produces traditional Georgian wine of the highest quality. They harvest and process all grapes organically with no filtration or skin contact.

Chito’s Gvino is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Chona’s Marani, a small family winery in the Kakheti region of Georgia, has a century-long legacy of producing natural wines using traditional Kakhetian methods passed down through the generations. At their winery in Telavi, the Chonishvili family produces wines in clay qvevri from native Kakhetian grape varieties—Mtsvane Kakhuri, Rkatsiteli, and Saperavi. Visitors to the marani experience winetasting accompanied by Georgian polyphonic singing, an important part of the family’s heritage and daily life.

Chona’s Marani wines contain only organically grown grapes harvested from the family’s vineyard, a gently sloping 2-hectare parcel in the Tsinandali microzone of the Alazani Valley. The vineyard sits at 550 meters above sea level. All winery operations, from planting to bottling, are carried out by members of the family.

Chona’s Marani is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2016 by Tornike Chubinidze, Chubini Wine Cellar is a family-run, small-production winery in Kakheti focused on its international export market. They bottled their first vintage in 2017 and have since exported wine to 4 countries on 3 continents.

Chubini limits their production as they prioritize producing the finest quality wine and offering their Georgian hospitality to visitors.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Corporation Georgian Wine was founded in 1999 in the village of Tsinandali, which is well known for winemaking. Corporation Georgian Wine produces Georgian wines with several different labels, and are one of the top exporting wineries in Georgia. Through the cooperation with a number of successful foreign partners, they export to Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Israel, France and China.

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2010, Cradle of Wine Marani is committed to upholding traditional Kakhetian wine-making methods and honoring the longstanding history of wine making in the Kakheti region. The family harvests all grapes with organic processes and the winery can hold up to 30,000 liters of wine.

Cradle of Wine Marani is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Founded in 2013, Danieli Winery remains as a small family-owned estate committed to rediscovering and invigorating modern interest in the history of traditional Georgian wines. They farm all grapes organically, honoring local viticulture traditions, and produce ‘European style’ wines with modern techniques in addition to traditional Georgian wines.

Region: Kartli
Appellation: Kakheti

Dasabami is family owned and operated, founded by the owner’s grandfather. It proudly preserves the Georgian traditional methods of winemaking, producing up to 3000 bottles annually with all historic and organic practices. The winery includes a one-hectare vineyard where local grape varietals Rkatsiteli, Mtsvane, Khikhvi, and Tavkveri are harvested.

Dasabami is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

 

 

Region: Guria

Dato’s Wine is the name of David and Tariel Kobidzes’ Family Cellars. The family vineyards are located in Guria, in the village of Erketi, Chokhatauri municipality. The local climate, the fertile soil, the grape varieties, and the ancient tradition of winemaking allow the production of natural wines made from unique local grape varieties. They have a rare vineyard with 40-year old Aladasturi vines.

Kobidzeebis Family Cellar is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Currently, they are producing three types of wine:
Chkhaveri amber, made from variety Chkhaveri, only juice fermented
Chkhaveri rose, made from variety Chkhaveri, fermented on berries
Aladasturi red, made from Aladasturi, fermented on berries

Region: Kartli

David Kokashvili’s Cellar produces fine natural wine with traditional Georgian winemaking practices dating back older than 8,000 years.

The cellar produces Chinuri and Goruli Mtsvane in traditional Georgian qvevri, harvesting local grapes with organic practices to ensure the best quality wine.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kvareli

The family winery owns 2ha vineyard, part of which is about 50 years old and the other part planted about 4 years ago. Rkatsiteli and Saperavi are the primary grape varietals being cultivated, with Qisi and Kakhuri Mtsvane to be cultivated in the near future. Davit Mikhelidze Family Cellar produces Rkatsiteli Qvevri wine, produced in the traditional Georgian method; and Saperavi, produced partly in Qvevri, and partly in the classical method. The wines are distinguished by the aroma and taste qualities, representing the terroir of its vineyards.