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: Racha

The Didgori Winemaking brand grew out of the Kabistoni Winery, owned by viticulturist Gela Kipiani. He established the winery and revitalized the vineyards in 2002 with a dream of restoring Kipiani wine in the Racha region.The Kabistoni grape had previously been on the brink of extinction, but the family is working to restore it.

Today, Giorgi Kipiani produces the wine and grows the grapes, and carries on the family name. He labels the bottles with honor in the Didgori name, which pays tribute to a traditional Georgian singing and chant ensemble, of which he has been a member for 12 years.

The wine is produced in small batches of 300+ bottles, made in 12 qvevris, with production increasing annually. Recently, he found old qvevris in his village to use and began producing wine made of grapes from his neighbors. Didgori wines are all-natural, without the use of chemicals, sulfate, or artificial intervention.

Region: Imereti

Originally founded by the family’s great-grandfather at the end of the 19th century, Dimis Ferdobi upholds their legacy by using traditional vinification methods and native grape varietals. To date, they produce as much as 1,500 bottles of white, 500 red, and 300 rose, farming organically. They are in the process of biodynamic certification.

Dimis Ferdobi is a member of the Natural Wines Association.

Region: Imereti

Dimna Wine Cellar cultivates local Imeretian grape varietals with traditional Georgian methods, harvesting all grapes organically with no filtration or chemical additives. Grapes are dried in glass vessels, stainless steel cisterns, and pitchers.

Dimna Wine Cellar is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kartli

Founded in 2012 by a small group of wine loving friends, Do Re Mi has always upheld their mission of creating the finest organic wines using ancient Georgian techniques. They harvest their grapes from vineyards in the Kartli and Kakheti region, harvesting and making the wine organically with no additives in the process.

Do Re Mi is a member of the Natural Wine Association

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2004, Dugladze Winery is run by a second generation of the Dugladze family. The winery is proud to be a leading Georgian winery by combining traditional Georgian traditions, novelties and loyalty to the family business.

In addition to Dugladze’s production in their wineries in Kakheti, Imereti, and Kartli, the company purchases more than 2000 tones of grapes from farmers, selecting them by varietal purity and quality.

Region: Kakheti

Duruji Valley Wines feels strongly that when tasting their wine, the consumer should be able to feel, taste, and smell the unique features of the place in which the vines were cultivated, to get acquainted with traditions and history that are connected with the vineyards, and to embrace the traditions and customs of the vineyard’s ancestors. Thus, the company only produces special and traditional wines that have the right to bear the place of origin’s name and identity.

Region: Kartli

Founded in 2015 by Guram Avqopashvili, Brother’s Cellar upholds a family tradition of winemaking as old as 1900, producing several natural Georgian wines with traditional qvevri style production. The winery produces up to 3,000 bottles of wine annually and cultivates local Rkatsiteli, Tsintebeli and Saperavi grape varietals with organic processes.

Region: Imereti

Enek Peterson is a young winemaker from America who moved to Georgia to pursue her dream of learning about wine and producing fine natural wine in addition to her artistic endeavors. She works by hand in her own winery, founded in 2015.

Enek Peterson cultivates all grapes with traditional Georgian methods and remains environmentally conscious as well, harvesting her vineyard organically. She is a self-taught speaker of the Georgian language.

Enek Peterson is a member of Georgia’s Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti

Eniseli Bagrationi Winery was established in the late 19th century by Zakaria Jorjadze, a prominent wine-maker and public figure. It outlasted the Sovietization of Georgia, and has been considered a brand of high significance and prestige since its inception.

Though the wineries were nearly destroyed in the early 2000’s, the descendants of Zakaria Jorjadze revived the business and transitioned the methods to include Italian technologies under the leadership of Sandro Bagrationi.

Region: Kartli
Appellation: Manavi

Ethno Wines is owned and operated by two local wine enthusiasts and professionals passionate about a natural way of living and making wine. Their vineyards rest in the fertile Kakheti region famous for its winemaking traditions, respectively just 30 and 70 kilometers east of Tbilisi.

The wineries sit at 700 meters above sea level, in good climate conditions for growing grapes. All grapes are harvested with organic processes and also with traditional Georgian methods.

Ethno Wines is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Meskheti

Fanaskerteli Wine Cellar is committed to making traditional Georgian wine, cultivating and harvesting rare local grape varieties with all organic processes. The wine cellar sits in the historical Meskheti Region of southwest Georgia and is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti

Friend’s Cellar works in conjunction with Nelkarisi Winery. In 2009, Friend’s Cellar was founded as an endeavor of companions from 11 countries around the world, united in their appreciation for Georgian wine. Nelkarisi Winery preserves the authentic winegrowing traditions of Georgia, and Ikano teams up with international winemakers and foreign wines to produce exquisite blends.
Friend’s Cellar owns vineyards that were planted in 2001, with about 4,000 plants per hectare, yielding about 7,000 kg per hectare each vintage. During harvesting the delicate grapes are carefully handpicked using a selective method. Only 7-8 kg capacity small, wooden baskets are used for the transportation to the winery.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti, Manavi

G.Wine was founded in 2012 by three wine enthusiasts who sought to produce high-quality natural wines. Their handcrafted product comes from exquisite Georgian varietals. To guarantee high quality, the makers of G.Wine opted for limited production and focused on exceptional terroirs. Their experimental batches were presented on numerous wine festivals and tastings. Taking into account expert appraisals, G.Wine made the final selection of the vineyards and, in 2013, started wine production.

In 2016, they built a new Marani (wine cellar) and since then focus on producing white wines with skin contact in Qvevri (UNESCO-recognized unique Georgian earthenware for wine). The company has two brand lines, “G.WINE” for premium wines, and “HARALE” for below premium wines. Depending on the climatic conditions of each specific year and the quality of the harvest, the company decides under which of these two brand lines the wines will be bottled.

Region: Imereti
Appellation: Kakheti

Gaioz Sopromadze Wine Cellar is a small family winery located in the small town of Baghdati in the Imereti viticulture region. Built in 1914 by Gaioz’s grandfather, the winery produces natural wine with organic processes and local grape varietals. Gaioz Sopromadze Cellar produces up to 2000 bottles annually.

They are a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Ibero Winery proudly produces traditional Georgian wine with qvevri methods dating back older than 8,000 years. Grapes are harvested and processed with organic methods to produce authentic, natural Georgian wine of the highest quality.

Region: Kakheti

Established by a local Georgian family, Georgian Legend LLC is an inspirational company producing the finest wines and brandies of Georgia. The company prides itself in its unconditional love towards the roots and the preservation of Georgian culture. The wine label’s name and concept are based on the Georgian alphabet, as it is one of the oldest alphabets still existing in the world. All wines are produced with natural methods from their own grapes, and the winery produces up to 450,000 bottles annually.

Region: Kakheti

Georgian Royal Winery is operated by the Karalashvili family, who bring their heritage of ancient princes and the royal crest to the modern viticulture scene.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Vazisubani

Georgian Sun produces fine natural wine with grapes grown on the Vazisubani Estate, located in the sun-drenched region of Kakheti. Winemaker Lado Uzunashvili teamed up with businessmen Mamuka Khazaradze and Badri Japaridze to restore the Vazisubani Estate, and present Georgian Sun wines as an innovative extension of the brand, intended for exporting internationally.

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2011, the Georgian Vine Foundation’s goal is to multiply and popularize Georgian vine varieties. The Foundation brings together enthusiasts and winemakers to promote and popularize Georgian vine varieties by finding, cultivating, testing and distributing endangered Georgian vine varieties. No harmful herbicides and pesticides are used in the process of cultivating the grapes.

Since 2014 they been producing fine natural wines.

Since 2017, the Georgian Vine Foundation has been a member of the Georgian Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Founded in 1993 in Telavi, Georgian Wine and Spirits has a delicate winemaking process to ensure the highest quality of wine is produced. The grapes are hand-picked and transported using medium-sized crates, protecting the berries from too much weight, and the risk of damage. It takes only 25 minutes to reach the wine press, avoiding too much contact with air or the sun. Thus, only the preserved, juicy, fresh berries are gently crushed to deliver the most delicious wines.

During the fermentation process, the winery uses thermo-regulated and underground temperature regulated tanks of the latest technology. GWS brand portfolio includes still, sparkling wine and spirits, under the trademarks TAMADA, Old Tbilisi, Adamanti, Elibo, Vismino and the GWS Chacha.

GWS brands are increasingly popular in local and international markets (Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Ukraine, Baltics, China, Japan).