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: Gurjaani

Founded in 2014, Georgian Wine Heritage produces natural wine with traditional Georgian methods, cultivating rare grape varieties native to the Kakheti region among other Georgian grapes.

They produce a variety of wines with organic processes and are a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Gurjaani, Kvareli

Georgian Wine House was founded in 1996 in Gori. The winery is very engaged in producing wines of high quality, ensuring the use of modern winemaking equipment, while using traditional winemaking techniques with qvevri, which date back older than 8,000 years.

The winery owns vineyards in the Kvareli and Gurjaani municipalities in Georgia’s most popular and productive winemaking region.

Region: Kakheti

Gevelli Wine & Vineyards was established in 2014, adapting a philosophy to focus their efforts on creating only the highest quality premium wines by combining the knowledge, passion, and ancient viniculture heritage of the people of Kakheti with modern technology and a developed research facility. Gevelli is aiming to achieve wines that continue to inherit the ancient Georgian spirit of winemaking whilst adapting old traditions to meet the highest possible production standards. Enjoying a glass of Gevelli wine should be like embarking on an intense journey through the very heart of Georgian viniculture, representing their unquestionable passion for cultivating vines.

Region: Kakheti

Ghvardzelashvilis Marani produces distinguishable natural wine with traditional Georgian methods and is known for their variety of fruit flavor. The vineyard cultivates all of their grapes on their own through organic processes, and is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Guria

Gia Jamberidze’s Family Cellar farms all grapes organically without any additions, and are now implementing newer technology in their processing of wine. Their vineyards rest in the mountainous Guria region near the Black Sea, and they are a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2003 in Georgia’s most productive wine region of Kakheti, Gileni’s family of winemakers has cultivated various grape varietals for years and continues to expand their vineyard. The company owns 30 hectares of the territory where they create an inclusive working environment for locals and refugees alike to create the finest natural Georgian wine. Gileni is equipped with the most modern European equipment and has expanded their production into several different varietals of wine and drinks including Chacha grape vodka.

The company currently exports to Central Asia and Russia while seeking to expand in European and global markets. Gileni Winery upholds ancient Georgian traditions of winemaking to create the most unforgettable and Georgian wine, producing up to 300,000 bottles annually.

Gileni’s wine assortment: Rkatsiteli (White Dry ), Saperavi ( Red Dry ), Mtsvane (White Dry ), Alazani Valley (Red Semi-Sweet), Alazani Valley (White Semi-Sweet), Aguna (Rose Semi Dry), Tsinandali (White Dry), Kindzmarauli (Red Semi- Sweet), Pirosmani (White Semi Dry) etc. Company is able to produce different types of wines (also Georgian Vodka Chacha) depending on the order with the label requested (customized label).

Region: Kartli
Appellation: Atenuri (or Ateni)

Giorgi Rvazishvilis Marani, otherwise known as “Atenuri” Company, works to make ecologically conscious wine, growing and harvesting local grape varieties with organic practices. Production began in 2014 and the winery continues to produce fine natural wines with traditional Georgian methods. They currently own 0.5 hectares of territory in a microzone known for its history of wine production.

Giorgi Rvazishvilis Marani is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti

The history of Giuaani wine began in 1894, while the company Giuaani was officially founded in 2010. One of the main objectives of the company was to increase the level of Georgia’s wine production as the company managed to combine the old, traditional methods and modern technological advances in its final products. The Giuaani Winery is equipped with traditional pitchers, oak barrels, and ultra-modern equipment.
Giuaani Winery selects different grape varietals grown in the ancient village of Manavi, and then proceeds to produce wine using both traditional and modern methods. Giuaani’s high-quality assortment of wines will satisfy customers with many varied tastes. Traditional Georgian wine flavors as well as modern, classic wine tastes and aromas are easily recognizable.

The company is focused on quality and its production capacity is limited, so it can offer its customers 400,000 bottles of superior wine each year. Both local and international experts are employed to ensure the highest quality of wine is produced. The company’s main goal is to improve their wines in such a way they become beloved, favorites, and indispensable to all of their patrons.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Goderdzi Gonashvili’s Cellar proudly maintains traditional Georgian winemaking methods that date back older than 8,000 years, producing fine natural wine with qvevris. The winery harvests local grape varieties with organic processes to ensure the best quality natural wine.

Region: Kakheti

Goderdzishvili Family Cellar has been producing traditional Georgian wine since the 19th century and continues their practice of harvesting local Georgian grapes organically to make the finest natural wine.

The family winery is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kartli

Gogi Dvashvili wine cellar owns two distinct vineyards, one 0.2 hectare and the other 1 hectare of territory, where grapes are grown and harvested organically while wine is produced with unfiltered, traditional Georgian methods dating back centuries. Gogi Dvashvili planted its newest vineyard in 2015 and has added more grape varietals into their production in 2018, maintaining a diverse number of Georgian grapes in production.

Gogi Dvashvili Cellar is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

As Keti says, considering that she is just a beginner, her first try was quite successful.Keti’s vineyard in Artana and now owns 7.5 acres of land where Rkatsiteli and Saperavi grapes are cultivated. Gogo Wine remains committed to producing fine natural wine with organic processes.

Keti is excited to pursue advancement and success in this field to open the door for more women-led businesses in the wine industry.

Region: Kartli
Appellation: Atenuri (or Ateni)

Gotsa Wines’ family tradition dates back as early as the 1800s, where they began making wine in the western region of Georgia. Moving closer to the capital Tbilisi in the early 20th century, Gotsa Wines has continued making traditional wines with historic Georgian methods. There are 1300 meters above sea level in the mountainous Algeti National Park, and they cultivate up to fifteen different varieties of native grapes in their vineyards.

Gotsa Wines is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kindzmarauli

Founded in 2004, Gozauri seeks to uphold the rich regional traditions of Georgian winemaking, specializing in producing top-quality wines from unique local grape varieties. They have participated in several national wine festivals and aim to continue to produce the best quality natural Georgian wine.

Region: Kartli
Appellation: Atenuri (or Ateni)

Founded in 2016, Guda Winery is a small family wine that makes wines from rare grape varieties grown in the Kartli region. Guda Winery produces wine with traditional Georgian methods dating back thousands of years, and they also produce European style wines. Guda Winery cultivates grapes of the highest quality, offering rich and unique flavors in their craft.

Region: Kartli
Appellation: Atenuri (or Ateni)

Guram Beruashvili Winery makes its wines in qvevris, utilizing both traditional Georgian and European winemaking methods. Fermentation occurs with naturally occurring yeast. The .5 hectare vineyard is currently producing grapes, while the other .5 hectare of the plot has recently been planted with new vines. The following grape varieties are grown: Chinuri, Guruli Mtsvane, Saperavi, Tavkveri, Dzelshavi.

Region: Meskheti

Founded in 2015, Guramishvili’s Marani is cellar owned and operated by Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking. The winery seeks to preserve old Georgian winemaking traditions and continue to raise awareness of Georgia’s cultural heritage.

The company restored and rebuilt the local historical wine cellar of Thadeoz Guramishvili, equipping the cellar with the latest modern technology and infrastructure.

Region: Kakheti

Gvymarani was created in 2013 with the aim of experimenting and making wine by following ancient natural Georgian traditions. The wine is made from the indigenous Mtsvane grape. The grapes are cultivated in the village of Manavi, then fermented and aged in Qvevri.

Region: Kartli
Appellation: Atenuri (or Ateni)

Founded in 2003, Iago’s Wine is located in the village of Chardakhi and produces traditional qvevri wine from red and white grape varieties. Iago farms a two-hectare plus vineyard and produces up to 5000 bottles of dry white wine named “Chardakhi”.

Iago’s Wine is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2016, Iases Marani has been producing wine in their family generations for over 70 years, growing and harvesting all grapes with organic methods. All grapes are also dry-farmed without irrigation over a 4.9 hectare territory.
Iases Marani is a member of the Natural Wine Association.