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Our Wines

We integrated culture and traditions into modern technologies and created a wine that reflects the ground in which they are rooted.

Quality

We believe we exploited a niche no one could compete. A taste full of secrets, history, and a fit for every friendship.

Vineyard

Located in Kakheti, Kachreti village a very center of the wine-growing region with unique climate and over 500 varieties of grapes.

Premium Wine

Akhasheni
Red Semi Sweet

Naturally, semi-sweet akhasheni wine made from Saperavi grape variety. Dark, pomegranate color with harmonies velvety taste. Wine produced around Akhasheni village, Gurjaani districts, Kakheti region.

Event Wine

Pirosmani
Red Semi Dry

Wine is made from Saperavi grape variety and sharply express red fruit aromas. Picked in Gurkaani district, Kakheti region. Wine named after the greatest Georgian painter Niko Pirosmani.

Premium Wine

Khvanchkara
Red Semi Sweet

An appellate blend that goes back to 1870 by mixing red Aleksandrouli and Mujuretuli into semi-sweet nectar. A semi is a sweet wine that was counterfeited to become one of the most popular in the region.

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Traditional
Winemaking

Our wine is hardly imaginary without Kvevri, which is a large clay vessel used for fermentation, storage, and aging of traditional Georgian wine. Vessels filled with wine are buried and stored underground for about 6 months, to achieve the best taste of a wine due to a constant temperature of 12-15 degrees. This tradition is very well-preserved up to the present day and we as well decided to integrate Georgian traditions strongly into our winemaking. We are proud of our traditional methods which enjoy a renaissance.

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