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: Meskheti

Monastris Nobati, which translates to the “Gift of the Monastery”, is located high in the southwestern mountains of Georgia. The elevation and location are evident in the company’s Saperavi and its unique taste, full of harmonious tannins and exploding with cherry and berry notes.

The winery proudly produces traditional Georgian wines with organic practices and methods dating back millennia.

Region: Kakheti

Mosmieri remains dedicated to only using local grape varieties and farming all grapes by hand with organic, traditional Georgian winemaking methods. They produce up to 140,000 bottles annually, creating all natural wine of the highest quality in line with the meaning of their name—‘mosmieri’ in the old Georgian language means “a person who drinks and appreciates wine.”

Their land includes new wineries completed in 2017 along with a fine dining experience.

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Appellation: Kakheti, Mukuzani

Founded and renamed in 2012, Mukado Wines is a family owned and operated estate from the early 19th century. Lado Uzunashvili, the winemaker, traveled around the world to learn and perfect his winemaking capabilities. Upon his return to the Georgian estate, Lado created Mukado Winery to produce wines expressive of the Georgian terroir and family’s traditions.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Gurjaani

Gocha Ichkitidze began Mukuzani Winery LLC with an ultra-modern vision in mind, planning to produce the finest natural wine through combining the latest modern technology with traditional Georgian winemaking methods. He plans to increase its capacity to 1 million bottles per year and uses fine Italian equipment for processing the grapes he grows. Mukuzani Winery’s vineyards are located in the Mukuzani microzone, and the winery practices modern and classical methods of winemaking.

 

Region: Racha
Appellation: Khvanchkara

Naberauli LTD owns their vineyards in Georgia’s mountainous northwestern Racha region, where they cultivate rare native grape species with organic practices and produce wine with traditional methods in qvevri, which are older than 8,000 years. Naberauli LTD is proud to make the finest quality natural wine and hopes to expand in local and international markets in the future.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kvareli

Founded in 2012 as a family cellar, Naotari maintains their family’s generations-old practice of making traditional Georgian wine with historic methods in qvevri. They value sustainable and organic harvesting practices, caring very deeply for their vineyard and the production of healthy Rkatsiteli, Khikhvi, and Saperavi grapes; they produce up to 3,000 bottles annually.

Naotari is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kvareli

Founded in 2013, Naotrebi Winery is run by the Neshumashvili brothers and founded on traditions from former generations of family winemakers. The winery produces natural wines with traditional Georgian methods from the Saperavi, Kakhuri Mtsvane, Rkatsiteli, Budeshuri Tetri, Grdzelmtevana and Kisi grapes.

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2018, Nasrashvili Family Winery is a family-owned winery in Kakheti, Georgia with over 7 hectares of vineyard. The winery offers various types of Georgian wines produced with different technologies, including ancient Georgian traditional methods: fermenting wines in a clay vessel, called Qvevri, which were used for winemaking 8000 years ago in Georgia. The winery produces wines from different grapes including Rkatsiteli, Kisi, Mtsvane, Saperavi, Tavkveri, Khikhvi, Shavkapito, and also offers dinner, wine tastings and ethno tours.

Region: Meskheti

Natenadze’s Wine Cellar has been proudly restoring the tradition of winemaking in its Meskheti region, where centuries ago the Ottomans destroyed valuable local grape species.

Giorgio Natenadze has been carefully studying and reviving as many as 40 local grape species, making rare wines naturally over a 3-hectare territory. Natenadze’s Wine Cellar uses organic processes, dry-farming all grapes manually with no irrigation used.

Region: Kakheti

Nelkarisi Winery works in conjunction with Friend’s Cellar and Ikano labels. 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.

The historical significance of the area is primarily in this company’s history: the cellar is built on the ancient city Nelkarisi, dating back to the first century. It was home for Mithraic culture, where winemaking was central to village life. Nelkarisi’s vineyards were planted in 2001, with about 4,000 plants per hectare, yielding about 7,000 kg per hectare each vintage. During harvest, the delicate grapes are carefully handpicked using a selective method. Only 7-8 kg capacity small, wooden baskets are used for transportation to the winery.

Region: Kakheti

Established in 2016, Niamori is an entrepreneurial organization and a new generation of Georgian winemakers. The company produces natural wines through a combination of traditional Georgian winemaking methods and the use of the latest modern technology.

Niamori started in specialty wine production in Tbilisi, Georgia in 2016 and since then has grown their offerings to better serve their Georgian wine. Niamori has expanded globally to over 4 countries (Georgia, Poland, China, and Kazakhstan). The company makes 5 different wines from the Saperavi, Rkatsiteli, Kindzmarauli, Khvanchkara, and Tsinandali grapes.

Region: Kakheti

Founded in 2006 by Nika Bakhia as a family-owned and operated winery, Nika Winery produces wine in qvevri in the traditional Georgian method. All grapes are harvested with organic processes, and Nika values preserving Georgian culture and heritage in their work as they hope to continue to stir the recent revival of Georgian natural wine.

Nika Marani is a member of the Natural Wine Association of Georgia.

Region: Kartli
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Nika Vacheishvili opened his marani to preserve the winemaking traditions of the Tana valley, which date back to the 7th century. Surrounded by medieval terraces, the Marani was constructed from lime and stones of local origin using a time-honored traditional method. The vineyard boasts a selection of grapevines, ranging from ancient and semi-centennial to newly matured vines that are endemic to the region. The winery cultivates 5 grape varieties with organic processes over a 4-hectare territory: Chinebuli, Goruli Mtsvane, Budeshuri Tetri, Pinot, and Danakharuli. They offer accommodation at the “Wine Hostel” and educational programs on wine, viticulture, and history of the region.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Gurjaani, Kardenakhi

Nikalas Marani, originally built in 1928, has been making wine for many decades with traditional Georgian methods. In 2005 the cellar was restored and has increased production since, producing up to 15,000 bottles of wine annually over a 5-hectare territory. They have vineyards in other nearby villages and farm organically, with no irrigation.

Nikalas Wine is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kartli
Appellation: Gurjaani

Nikofore is a family-run winery, producing fine natural wines in the traditional Georgian method. Wines are made from various grapes using sustainable and natural practices, and the winery selects from the best grapes to ensure the highest quality of production.

Region: Imereti
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Nikoladze Wine Cellar has been a key location in the artisanal Georgian wine scene, as the founded Ramaz Nikoladze has mentored and supported many young winemakers and connected Georgia to European markets. He uses ancient Georgian techniques in his winemaking and harvests rare grape varieties with organic practices.

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

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Teliani

Founded in 2012, the Nine Oak Estate produces premium wine products in Georgia. The company is passionate about producing wine with a deep respect for ancient winemaking tradition and the land, with family and friends in mind. Nine Oaks makes wine by the traditional Georgian wine-making method that involves fermenting the grape juice together with skins, stalks and pips.

Nine Oaks had the first vintage in 2013 and made first wine in 2014. The first commercial batch made from 2016 vintage was bottled in summer 2017: two varieties of “single origin” dry amber wines – Kisi (6,000 bottles in total) and Khikhvi (3,000 bottles); blend of Kisi and Rkatsiteli dry amber wine (1,000 bottles); dry red Tavkveri (800/2015 Vintage); dry black wine Saperavi (12,000 bottles), three-year old fortified wine Porti (1,200 bottles/2014 Vintage); and Chacha – Georgian pomace brandy.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

The Nodar Baghashvili Wine Cellar is a family owned winery making Qvevri wines from the Rkatsiteli and Saperavi grapes in the traditional Kakhetian wine-making method. The winery values producing the finest quality natural wine with traditional methods and organic harvesting and viticulture practices.

Region: Samegrelo
Appellation: Khvanchkara

Founded in 2015, Oda Family Winery seeks to revive rare local grape varieties and produce fine natural Georgian wine with traditional methods. The grapes are harvested organically and the family offers wine tasting and authentic Georgian cuisine to guests, providing family hospitality to welcome newcomers into the Georgian culture.

Oda Family Winery is a member of the Natural Wine Association.

Region: Kakheti
Appellation: Kakheti

Founded in 2004, Okro’s Wines focuses on producing fine natural wine from regional Eastern Georgian grape varieties. All Okro’s wines are made with traditional Georgian techniques, and grapes are harvested organically with no chemical additives. Six Georgian varieties of grapes are grown on Okro’s 5.5-hectare estate: Rkatsiteli, Mtsvane, Saperavi, Budeshuri, Tsolikouri, and Tavkveri. The winery also offers a restaurant with rich Georgian cuisine.

Okro’s Wines is a member of the Natural Wine Association.