Meet our wines
Alc by vol. 12%
A high-quality naturally semi-sweet red wine of Controlled Appelation of Origin is made from Aleksandrouli and Mujuretuli grapes. Characterized by dark ruby color, harmonious taste, and velvety, pleasant flavor, the wine is distinguished by its fruit tones and varietal aroma.
Alc by vol. 14%
The wine, which has high alcohol, is typically low in tannins and amazingly soft, with aromas of raspberry and black cherry. Characterized by dark ruby color, the wine has strong, but elegant taste with pleasant fruity overtones of varietal aroma.
Alc by vol. 11%
The thick-skinned Ojaleshi is vinified into semi-sweet wine with incredible depth of character, and lifted notes of spice and pepper. The wine has intense (deep) garnet color; alcohol and acidity are well-balanced.
Which one fits to you:
KhvanchkaraThis famous wine pairs well with cheese, fruit assortment, different sweets. This is typical wine for dessert. Drink it at 12-14°C and enjoy!. Store at: 5-12°C
AleksandrouliThe wine pairs well with smoked ham from Racha or red meat dishes, as well as different types of cheese. We recommend drinking it at 10-12°C. Store at: 5-12°C
OjaleshiThe wine goes well with smoked meat dishes, ripen cheeses and particularly with hot, spicy food. Drink it at 12-14°C and enjoy! Store at: 5-12°C
Wines from over fifteen appellations are currently produced in Georgia. Approximately forty different grape varieties are used for wine manufacturing in Georgia. Wines are traditionally named after the location in which they are produced. Singular varietals bear the name of the grape from which they are produced.
Georgia is the oldest wine region in the world. Archaeological excavations have uncovered that vine was first cultivated in at least 6000-8000 BC on the territory of Georgia. From 4000 BC ancient Georgians were burying clay vessels (Qvevri) in which wine was stored and fermented. Qvevris come in every shape and size and this tradition of wine-making is still present in Georgia.
With more than 500 grape varieties and eight millennia of viticulture history, Georgia is one of the most up and coming wine producing countries in the world.
Despite being a small nation—there are about 4.5 million inhabitants—Georgia has no shortage of lush landscapes, jaw-dropping views and delicious cuisine. What impressed me most, however, was the wine. Not only does it taste like no wine you’ve ever tried before, but there’s such love that goes into every bottle.