As the winery is very recent, we don’t have any productive vineyards yet.

Our grapes are sourced in small grower’s families who pay a lot of attention to details.

Even without certification, our priority is given to an organic practice and approach in the management of the vineyard.  

Our grapes come from Shida Kartli, Kakheti and Imereti.


Located in the Eastern part of Georgia, Kakheti is the biggest wine growing region. The grapes come from the village of Chumlaki near Gurjaani on the right bank of the Alazani River.


The 35 years old vineyard is owned by a member of Nino’s family and is situated at an altitude of 450 meters.  The soil made of light clay and loam give a lot of power and freshness to the wines.


Home playground of Ori Marani, located west of Tbilisi, the region of Kartli is known for having a cooler climate. Grapes come from the village of Lamiskana and Ateni. Lamiskana is nestled in a small valley where grapes mature slowly and keep a lot of freshness. Soil are made of limestone and clay.

Ateni is one of the 18 Georgian appellations. The village of Ateni is located in a gorge at an altitude of 700m. This very cool climate environment is perfectly suited for sparkling wines. Soil are made of heavy loam and light clay with alluvial rocks.  


Located center/west of Georgia, Imereti is one of the most diverse regions in terms of winemaking. Its many climatic zones have various soil compositions, which make the varieties of wines produced here very different from each other.


Our grapes come from the village of Rupoti, near Terjola where the limestone soil give a lot of richness to our wines. 

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