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 for a complete listing.

If you are seeking natural wines, please look for "Member of the Natural Wine Association".


Region: Kakheti

Makharebeli Winery’s founders have been cultivating grapes and making wine since 1999, founding Makharebeli in 2009 on their own 2.5 hectare territory. The winery produces fine natural and bioorganic wines with traditional Georgian methods and all organically.

Region: Kakheti

Mana Family Winery cultivates the finest natural wine with traditional Georgian methods. They harvest local grape varieties organically, including the Saperavi grape, and are members of the Georgian Natural Wine Association.

Region: Racha

Founded to produce fine natural wine, Managadze Wine Company has all aspects of winemaking (starting in the vineyard and finishing up in the bottle) controlled by a professional vintner. Only organic fertilizer gets used in the vineyard, and strict quality control is ensured to produce the best natural wine. Managadze Wine Company is proud to produce natural Georgian wines with traditional and modern technologies and seeks to expand in international and local markets in the coming years.

Tsolikouri and Usakhelouri grapes are grown in the nearby Lechkumi region and are known as the main wines produced by the company.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Manavi

Manaveli family wine cellar was established in 2014 with the aim to produce the highest quality qvevri wines that preserve Georgian winemaking traditions while accentuating the distinct rich tastes of the wine. Grapes are grown locally and winemaking is done by hand by the three generations of winemakers in the family. Wines are made using the traditional Georgian techniques dating back thousands of years. Stainless steel tanks and barrique barrels are used as well.

Region: Kakheti

ManDili is the first wine company in Georgia established by women. The founders of the company, Marina Kurtanidze and Tea Melanashvili, have been interested in wine making for years. They started producing their own wine in 2012 with traditional qvevri style methods that date back thousands of years. All wine is produced and processed with organic methods.

Region: Kakheti

Mandzula’s Marani makes authentic Georgian wine with traditional methods dating back thousands of years. The winery is proud to revive and maintain these traditional Kakhetian processes as they harvest local grapes organically. Mandzula’s Marani has participated in international wine showings and seek to expand internationally and domestically in the coming years.

Region: Imereti

Maradiuli Wine Cellar, founded in 2016, produces fine natural wines with traditional Georgian methods dating back centuries. The wine is fermented qvevri in Maradi Kemertelidze’s cellar, and all grapes are harvested with organic practices.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Mukuzani, Tsinandali

Founded in 2014, Marani Casareli proudly produces natural wine with traditional Georgian methods in qvevri dating back thousands of years. All vineyards are self-grown and harvested with organic practices to ensure the best quality product made.

Marani Casreli owns 15 hectares of land, eight of which are already planted with various wine grape varietals, including ancient and rare Georgian varieties, such as Chitistvala, Mtsvivani, Dzaganidze, Kisi, Khikhvi as well as classic varietals (Rkatsiteli and Saperavi) and regional experiments of grapes planted from other regions.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kindzmarauli

Established in 2015, Marani Sanavardo prides in making wines using the traditional Georgian winemaking methods dating back thousands of years, producing wine in qvevri. Currently, Marani Sanavardo produced the following three wines: Rkatsiteli, Saperavi, and Saperavi Reserve.

 The winery Marani Sanavardo was founded by emigrant Avtandil Antadze. Avtandil, as a one of the biggest patriots of his homeland, never forgot about the place of his sweet childhood memories during his emigration, the village of Sanavardo. As a wine enthusiastic, he decided to plant Saperavi and Rkatsiteli vineyards in 2002. The important factor that the climate of Sanavardo village and other natural environmental conditions are ideal for getting the best harvest of Saperavi and Rkatsiteli. When he got the first crop and the grapes turned into wine with the old Kakhetian technology, this fact prompted Avtandil to introduce his very first wine to his friends, relatives and big circle of acquaintances. At that moment everyone loved it. This encouraged him to begin the construction of a wine cellar, which would host all those interested in Georgian wine enthusiasts or ordinary tourists.

 He decided to make the wine in a clay vessel, called Qvevri, which goes 15 meters underground to provide better temperature for fermentation. While the excavation of the foundation, in the middle of the vineyards, Avtandil and his winemakers found the clay jar, that was a sign that the place of the cellar had been properly selected. And, of course, in the Qvevri, the best harvest of Saperavi and Rkatsiteli turned into the greatest wine.

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2017, Mareli is a small, family-owned winery in the heart of Kakheti in the city of Telavi. The family dedicates themselves to their love for their region and its winemaking methods, so they continue to follow centuries-old Kakhetian wine traditions, making only qvevri wine. They currently harvest a 10-hectare vineyard to produce 10,000 bottles annually.

Region: Kartli

Mariam’s interest for wine started when she was working for a tourism company called Living Roots. Her work involved traveling all around Georgia visiting natural wine cellars and gaining knowledge from the producers themselves. During that time she also worked at the newly opened Gvino Underground, the first natural wine bar in Tbilisi, together with Ramaz Nikoladze, John Wurdeman, and Niki Antadze (all natural winemakers). The passion and inspiration from these people inspired Mariam herself to dream about one day making her own wine.

In 2014 she had the opportunity to make her first vintage in her uncle’s wine cellar using one of his Qvevris. Since then she has been producing wine with the single red grape variety Tavkveri. The grapes are grown in the village of Ateni situated centrally in the Shida Kartli region of eastern Georgia.
The harvest is usually from the middle to the end of October, after which the grapes are transported to the winery in Kiketi south of Tbilisi. All of Mariam’s three vintages have had 2,5-3 days of skin maceration, which is very little compared to Georgian tradition; afterward the skins are separated from the juice and kept in Qvevri for about 8 months.

Region: Kartli

Marina was the first wine company in Georgia established by women. The founders of the company, Marina Kurtanidze and Tea Melanashvili, had been interested in winemaking for many years. They started producing their own wine in 2012 with traditional qvevri style methods that date back thousands of years. All wine is produced and processed with organic methods.

Region: Kakheti

Marniskari’s history in the Kakheti region extends as far back to 1875, where the famous Georgian figure Zechariah Jorjadze produced traditional wine from his vineyards in the Eniseli village, and later went on to gain recognition as the first in history to export Georgian wine. Marniskari continues their ancestor’s work and preserves his secrets of winemaking in their fine natural wine.

The company cultivates local grape varietal Saperavi over 40 hectares of territory and Rkatsiteli grapes over 35 hectares, also owning vineyards in various regions across Georgia. Marniskari’s factory processes up to 2,500 tons of grapes and due to their modernized Italian production technology the company can fill up to 3,000 bottles per hour. Marniskari’s wine is in great demand and they export internationally, seeking to continue their growth in domestic and international markets alike.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Akhasheni

A Georgian and a German friend founded Martali Gvino out of a desire to produce authentic and pure wines and revitalize the natural wine market. Additional ‘qvevrebi’ wines were added to those made by their forefathers in the 19th century wine cellar, and thus their wine-making process began. The wines are made in the rich traditions of Kakhetian winemaking, using only the qvevri method with organic processes.

Saperavi grapes are grown in the famous ‘Papris Mindori’ microzone in a neighboring village overlooking the picturesque Alazani valley, on the slopes of the Tsiv-Gombori range in a hot climate with little to no precipitation during the summer months. Rkatsiteli grapes are grown in rocky riverside soil, and all vineyards are currently undergoing transition towards certified bio-production under the supervision of the ‘CaucasCert’ company.

Region: Samegrelo

Founded in 2012, Martvili Marani (formerly Vino Martvili) owns 0.5 hectares of vineyard and produces fine natural wines with traditional Georgian methods dating back thousands of years, fermenting and aging wine in qvevri.

The winery harvests local grape varieties Ojaleshi, Orbeluri Ojaleshi, Tsolikauri, Krakhuna using organic methods, and also works with winegrowers in various other Georgian regions, producing approximately 4,000 bottles annually.

Martvili Marani is a member of the Natural Wine Association.


Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Tibaani

Matiashvilis Cellar is devoted to harvesting local grape varieties organically with no additives or modern technology, producing fine natural wine with traditional Georgian methods.

Matiashvilis Cellar is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Imereti

Merab Ediberidze Wine Cellar continues working in longstanding winemaking traditions from their ancestors, operating in both vineyards and wine cellars on site inherited from past generations of over 40 years old. The winery cultivates the rare indigenous grape varieties Krakhuna and Tsitska, at 235 meters above sea level, on the mountain slope over 0.5 hectares of vineyard.

Merab Ediberidze uses traditional, natural methods of wine production with skin contact to ensure the finest quality product, producing up to 2,000 bottles annually.

Region: Kakheti

The Mildiana Group, began in 1991 by the Mildiani brothers, includes several wine brands and owns Ltd “Tsinandali Old Cellar”, Ltd “Gurjaani Wine Cellar” and Ltd Mini winery of souvenir wines “Vazi-1”. The collaboration of these companies aims to improve the processing and quality of wine in domestic and international wines. Mildiani’s vineyards, 100 hectares in total, are primarily situated in the fertile Tsinandali micro-zone which is known as one of the best zones of viticulture.

The site is equipped with the latest modern technology to guarantee an improvement in quality control and speed of production. The company has won several awards internationally and enjoyed success in several markets locally and globally.

Region: Kakheti

Mirianuli Family Cellar has been producing fine natural wines with traditional Georgian methods for 120 years, wherein their stone-clad basement cellar they shape unique flavors of wine in qvevri. Local Rkatsiteli and Mtsvane Kakhuri grape varieties are harvested in their vineyard with organic processes, preparing elegant and powerful wines with a wide range of tastes.

Mirianuli Nikoladze Family Wine Cellar is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kartli

Founded in 2005, Misho Papa is a family owned and operated business that produces only organic wines without any additives. Wines are made with traditional Georgian methods, in qvevris, as well as with western wine-making methods. Guests are welcome to taste wines made in the Georgian traditional wine-making method from the Kisi, Tsolikouri, Rkatsiteli, Kakhetian Mtsvane and Saperavi grapes.

The family cellar is only 10-minutes-away from Tbilisi’s city center.