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: Kakheti

Founded in 2010, Iberieli Wine Cellar is a family wine cellar with 10 hectares of vineyard in Georgia’s western Guria region and 5 hectares of vineyard in the eastern Kakheti region. Named after the ancient ancestors of native Georgians from the Caucasus and the first winemakers in recorded history, Iberieli holds to the historic Georgian methods of winemaking, raising and harvesting local grape varieties with organic processes. The family aims to reinstate and maintain the authentic Georgian methods of winemaking in Georgia, and they are now some of the leading winemakers in natural wine.
Iberieli is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti

Ikano works in conjunction with Friend’s Cellar and 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.
Emphasizing the beauty of international winemaking, Ikano has four delightful blends that work in sophisticated settings or a family barbecue. The founders of Ikano are young, and ready for Georgian wines to break out of museums, art galleries, and private collections…and into your home! They proclaim that wine does not need a complex code of ethics, arcane etiquette, or set of ludicrous rules, nor does it align with a certain type of family tree, nationality, or language.
Ikano’s vineyards 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.
IKANO RED – Dry Red. Saperavi, Cabernet blend
IKANO GREEN – Semi Sweet White. Tsolikouri, Sauvignon Blanc blend
IKANO YELLOW – Dry White. Rkatsiteli, Chardonnay blend
IKANO BLUE – Semi Sweet Red. Saperavi, Merlot blend

Region: Kartli

Imedi 96 Wine was founded in 1996 in the city of Gori in the northwestern Shida Kartli region of Georgia, not far from the capital Tbilisi. The winery has been updated with the latest modern technology while upholding the historical Georgian traditions of winemaking that date back thousands of years. Imedi 96 harvests and produces all their wines with organic processes and no additives or pesticides, while imposing strict quality control so to produce the highest quality wines with their unique flavors. The company also produces several Georgian brandies in addition to their wine.

Region: Imereti
Appellation: Sviri

Imeretian Wine Company was founded in 2003 and owns approximately 30 hectares of vineyard. The winery is adjacent to the vineyards and is equipped with traditional Imeretian Tchuris (qvevris), as well as modern French wine-making equipment, and all grapes are harvested with organic practices as wine is produces in limited quantities.

Region: Adjara

Founded in 2010, Iveri Beridze’s family winemaking is based on the century-old experience and traditions. The plot has kept old qvevris to practice ancient Georgian winemaking methods dating back older than 8,000 years. The winery’s family history entrenches this generation of winemakers with a strong value for the highest quality wine production, as they cultivate grape species including Tsolikouri, Chkaveri and Satsuri along with 10 additional endemic species.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Founded in 2001, Jakeli Wines has been producing wine commercially since 2008 and has been making solely traditional Georgian Qvevri wine since 2018. They produce up to 1,000 cases of wine annually, using oak and stainless steel containers for fermentation and aging. Jakeli Wines has a 6 hectare vineyard where they cultivate rare local grape varietals. They are a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti

Corporation Kindzmarauli’s history dates back to 1533, and is connected with the construction of the historical Kvareli fortress in the region. The fortress’s wine cellar produced wine and molasses exclusively for the royal families for much of its history, and now has opened to the wider local and international market. Since the 70s, the vineyards have been passed through several owners, and changed into Joint Stock Company status. Corporation Kindzmarauli produces 600,000 bottles per year, exporting to 10 countries, and additionally produce cognac spirits. The company operates vineyards in nearby areas of Kakheti and produces wine under the label Duruji Valley Wine as well.

Region: Imereti

Founded in 2000, Kakhaberi’s Wine Cellar produces fine natural wine with traditional Georgian methods dating back thousands of years. Grapes are harvested with organic practices, and wine is fermented and aged in qvevri.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Founded in 2001, Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking has the mission of nurturing ancient Georgian winemaking traditions while also combining those methods with modern technologies, in hopes of producing the finest wines of Georgia. The early beginnings of the company are as early as the 19th century, when a man named Antimoz Chkhaidze created varieties of wines well known by their special taste. His wines became famous not only in Georgia, but in Europe as well. One of his descendants, Zurab Chkhaidze, continues this family tradition as founder and General Director of Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking. Today, the company produces high quality wine from unique grape varieties of both Eastern and Western Georgia, as well as brandy and traditional Georgian Chacha; they export internationally to several countries.

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2000, Kakhuri has since has the goals of producing the highest possible quality wine with traditional Georgian winemaking methods combined with newer technology. Farming all grapes over a two hectare territory, Kakhuri has produced up to 2 million bottles annually and has participated in international showings, exporting internationally as well.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Since being established 9 years ago, the wines from Kakhuri Gvinis Marani have already received numerous international accolades for their quality. The company has been built on a foundation of tradition, consistency, dedication, and professionalism, all of which have been passed down from our forefathers.

The company’s vineyards are located in Tsinandali, Teliani, Akhasheni, Mukuzani, Manavi, and Gurjaani microzones. Our viticultural and winemaking practices combine both time-honored and modern techniques.

Region: Kartli

Kapistoni wines are natural and made with the best grapes from the harvest. Their grapes are carefully handpicked and come from vineyards that were planted free of artificial chemical agents. No filtration or additives are used in the production of Kapistoni wines.

The family has been making wine for seven generations, and throughout this time the word “Kapistoni” has had a special meaning….when a wine was excellent, it was qualified as a “Kapistoni” wine. Today, they continue to create wines that reflect the highest level of quality.

Region: Kakheti

Kardanakhi Wine Factory has been producing wine since the late 19th century and has long been known for their unprecedented number of pitchers—seven hundred, holding as much as 1,000 tons of grapes.
Built in 1884 by a local prince, the factory has grown to cover 4 hectares and is currently producing 200,000-300,000 bottles of wine annually through traditional Kakhetian methods. They farm organically, additionally renting out local vineyards from nearby farmers.

Region: Racha
Appellation: Khvanchkara

The winery’s vines are 40 years old as the Kereselidze’s Cellar carries on a 200-year old tradition, passed down to owner Apolon by his parents. The family’s Rachuli (Tsulukidze’s), Tetra, and Rachuli Mtsvane grapes are rare in the Racha region because of the demand for red grape varieties. The family preserves the vines with care out of their passion for viticulture, and their respect for tradition is present in their production process as they seek to produce only the finest natural wine.

Region: Kakheti

Kerovani Winery is a small family winery that produces natural wine with traditional Georgian winemaking methods. The winery is named from the Georgian word for ‘family hearth,’ and they seek to uphold the values of warmth and hospitality in their viticulture. Kerovani Winery is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti

Khareba Winery focuses on preserving ancient Georgian wine traditions while integrating newest technologies to produce the finest quality natural wine. The company owns wineries and vineyards over multiple locations in the country, across 1500 hectares of territory. They cultivate 25 grape varieties with organic processes.

Region: Kakheti

Khashmi Family Winery / Georgian Treasure LTD was established by enthusiastic young entrepreneurs in 2012. These entrepreneurs became interested in Georgian wines, studied traditional winemaking methods and introduced ‘Khashmi Saperavi’ and ‘Saperavi’ to the public. These wines are produced using Georgian traditional winemaking methods from Saperavi grapes grown in the Khashmi Village. The winery crafts all natural wines exclusively from their own grapes and without additions or filtering.

Region: Kartli

Founded by local winemaker David Kokashvili, Khidistauri Wine Cellar produces fine natural wine with traditional Georgian methods, cultivating local grape varieties organically.
Khidistauri is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Racha

Khvanchkari wine factory was established in 1927 by Dimitri Kipiani, now known as Khvanchkara, though the company’s beginnings were far earlier. In the 1880’s, Kipiani, a Georgian noble, began the wine making process with a semi-sweet red wine, from Alksandrouli and Mujuretuli grape varieties. He entered this wine in a 1907 competition in Osten, Belgium, where it won the Grand Gold Prize.
With the condition of the present market economy, the governmental regulation of Georgian wines and their names, the main goal of the Company is to introduce their famous Khvanchkara wine to the foreign market, and to the Georgian market as well. Khvanchkara LTD’s wine is bottled in their exclusive black glass, which is produced solely in The Czech Republic. Due to the outstanding design of the bottles, Khvanchkara wine, manufactured by Khvanchkara Ltd, can be easily distinguished from products of other manufacturers and prevent falsification. The wine company is committed to producing the finest quality authentic Georgian wines.

Region: Racha
Appellation: Khvanchkara

Khvedelianebis harvests local grape varieties to produce Georgian wine with traditional methods passed down for generations. The winery has vineyards in two neighbor villages and seek to continue producing the finest natural Georgian wine with organic processes. Khvedelianebis Marani is a member of the Natural Wine Association.