Gogi Margvelidze’s Wine Cellar
Gogi Margvelidze’s Wine Cellar is a small family owned wine cellar and is located in the center of Ambrolauri. The cellar is surrounded by its own vineyards. Primary Aleksandouli, Mujuretuli, Tsulukidzis Tetra and Kabistoni are cultivated here.
Family winery is even older and dates back to the times when it was run by Gogi’s father and his grandfather. It was only a couple of years ago that the family, which used a huge amount of grapes (5 tons) for its own consumption (distribution of grapes to the relatives and friends, selling of the rest) turned winemaking into a business. Visitors can enjoy a warm welcome and true hospitality here.
The mission of "Naberauli" is to preserve and develop the diversity of Georgian wine, unique and rare Georgian vine varieties; increase the awareness of Rachian unique wines on both Georgian and international markets.
Georgian and foreign consumers know only Khvanchkara from the rarest types of Rachian wine. However, this region has a lot to say to Georgia and the world about wine. By restoring the forgotten customs of Racha winemaking and constantly searching for the past or experiments, "Naberauli" creates a unique taste of real Rachian wine.
Interesting and distinctive style labels tell about the traditions characteristic for this part of the country. Under the "Naberauli" brand, a wide range of real Rachian wines with the rarest varieties are packed, which will compete with the famous wines of other parts of Georgia.
Gaioz Sopromadze Wine Cellar
Family wine cellar, located in Western Georgia, Imereti, that focused on producing only natural wine with low/minimal intervention from local grape varieties like Tsitska, Tsolikouri, Krakhuna, Dzelshavi, Ckhaveri ect. and using Qvevri for fermentation.
Today Gaioz and two of his sons produce 9 different wines by traditional Imeretian technology (minimal skin contact and adding not the total but only third part of pulp or less). The most important thing for Sopromadze`s family is the honest way of winemaking, vinecare and saving nature.
Visitors can set expectations for true Georgian winemaking experience with an utmostly hospitable winemakers' family. Natural qvevri wines from Imeretian autochthonous grapes in a traditional entourage, accompanied with the no less traditional and famous Georgian hospitality and feast, with delicious Imeretian dishes prepared according to traditional Georgian recipes.
Simon Chkheidze Wine Cellar
“Simon Chkheidze Wine Cellar” is located in the Village II Obcha, Imereti Region. The company was named after Nugzar and Mamuka Chkheidze’s late father Mr. Simon – honored professional winemaker. The mission of the company is to continue and promote the family's winemaking tradition of many years.
The vine is treated only with biological treatments. “Simon Chkheidze Cellar” produces red and white wines from different sorts of grapes, such as Tsitska, Tsolikouri, Krakhuna, and Chkhaveri; though, it’s worth mentioning that the company has addressed and focused its main resources on producing Otskhanuri Sapere, yet less popular wine in Georgia.
Family hotel and winery Chateau Dio is located 2 kilometers from Ambrolauri, in village Dzirageuli. With its calming views and pleasant environment, Chateau Dio is an ideal place for relaxing with family and friends.
Chateau has a family cellar where a range of ancestral wines are made according to traditional methods. The wines can be sampled on the spot, along with delicious local cuisine, organic fruits and homemade honey.
The vineyard is located right in the well-kept yard, and during the vintage season visitors are welcome to participate in grape picking.
Baia’s Wine is a women-empowered family business in the village of Obcha, one of the first organic wine producers in Bagdati Municipality. This family brings new life and energy to the winemaking scene. Winemakers made wine from endemic grape varieties growing in Western Georgia.
Baia’s Wine sits in the western part of Georgia, closer to the Black Sea. The Caucasus mountains to the north trap the humid sea air, making it a suitable environment for winemaking. Obcha village has a special microclimate, thanks to which such a fine wine is obtained.
Baia is often hosting wine events and wine tastings. Visitors can experience warm and welcoming Georgian hospitality here and taste delicious Imeretian dishes.
Ghvardzelashvilis Marani is family-run winery located in the rich Alazani River Valley in Georgia’s famous Kakheti region. The vineyard is situated with views of the stunning Caucasus Mountains and Alazani Valley.
Ghvardzelashvilis Marani produces distinguishable natural wine with traditional Georgian methods and is known for their variety of fruit flavor. The winery produces natural unfiltered wines following traditional Qvevri winemaking methods.
Ghvardzelashvilis Marani Winery is passionate about every bottle of wine that is produced from here. With growing vines with love and care and tending to their all needs, all grapes grown here are grown here through organic processes.
Rostomaant Marani is a small family-run winery in Telavi, Kakheti wine region. Rostomaant Marani, can trace its history back to 1770, when the monk Rostom Orbeliani first cultivated a grape harvest. Their dynasty has passed through six generations of Rostomashvili's.
Vineyard of Rosromaant Marani is located in village Kurdgelauri, in the inner Kakheti, on the right side of river Alazani. Village Kurdgelauri is included in Tsinandali micro-zone, farmhouse as high quality wine land for white grapes, where annual duration of sunshine in a zone is more than 2300 hours.
Currently, the winery produces Rkatsiteli Qvevri, Kikhvi Qvevri, Saperavi Qvevri wines and Chacha. Visitors can enjoy high quality Georgian wine and attend Khinkali making Masterclass and cheese tasting.
"Chona’s Marani" is the family winery, located in the city Telavi, Kakheti Region. The family has a long tradition of producing natural wines that is transmitted by generations and is based on Kakhetian traditional technology, which implies producing wine in the Qvevri.
Wine is produced from grapes grown in the family's own vineyards. The vineyard is maintained according to bio-organic rules. Maintenance of the vineyard, grapes, wine making and bottling - is carried out by family members.
In the vineyards of Chona’s Marani, the vintage begins at the end of September. Wine making is traditionally accompanied by Georgian polyphonic songs, which is an integral part of the family and is accompanied by wine tasting.
Javakhishvili Cellar is located in Kvareli, Kakheti region. The ancient architectural style will bring you back to 17th century Georgia. Complex includes: a large cellar, wine tasting rooms, chacha factory, as well as halls for the production and sorting of wine, gazebos and fireplaces.
Chubini Wine Cellar
Chubini Wine Cellar is a small family winery, producing natural and authentic Qvevri wines. Winery is located in Village Shilda, at the foothills of Caucasus Mountain, with a spectacular panorama view on Alazani River Valley.
Endemic Georgian grape varieties, unique method of Qvevri winemaking, natural and organic approach – these are the characteristics that make Chubini wines special.
Here you can experience famous Georgian Hospitality with its very special meaning. Visitors are hosted personally by the owner, who will introduce the history of Georgian wine making, local grapes and viticulture
Twins Wine House
The history of Twins Wine House begins in the 19th century and continues to this day with the determination and efforts of the twin brothers. With the grapes harvested in the sunny vineyards of Kakheti, by combining ancestral traditions and scientific methods, Twins Wine House is producing a drink of outstanding quality.
Twins Wine Cellar is considered not only a winery and cellar but also a museum. "Qvevri and Qvevri Wine Museum" is a unique museum that describes in detail the whole process of qvevri wine making. Visitors have the opportunity to get acquainted with the history of Georgian wine and observe all the processes that are necessary for making qvevri wine.