Georgian Wines from the Caucasus Mountains

Vino Ghvino 21 was founded from a unique beginning by two families from opposite ends of the world. Our story begins with a pair of strangers. Warriors from different countries brought together by war. The men spoke different languages, and came from different cultures. Both questioned their abilities to communicate, how would they be able to work together, and fight side by side.

Qvevri Wine Making Process

Georgia is one of the world’s oldest wine-producing regions, since residual evidence of winemaking was found on fragments of 8,000-year-old qvevri. For thousands of years winemaking in Georgia took place in the home, with families filling up their personal qvevri with hand-picked indigenous grapes.

Qvevri Wine Making Process

Georgia is one of the world’s oldest wine-producing regions, since residual evidence of winemaking was found on fragments of 8,000-year-old qvevri. For thousands of years winemaking in Georgia took place in the home, with families filling up their personal qvevri with hand-picked indigenous grapes.

Vino Ghvino 21 Georgian Wines

Georgia has nearly 50,000 hectares of grapes, with 75 percentage planted in white grapes and 25 percentage in red grapes.  By far the largest portion of the nation’s vineyards are planted in the Kakheti region of eastern Georgia, the country’s primary winemaking area.  Although Kakheti boasts roughly 80 grape varieties, the two most prominent are Rkatsiteli (white) and Saperavi (red).

Vino Ghvino 21 Georgian Wines

Georgia has nearly 50,000 hectares of grapes, with 75 percentage planted in white grapes and 25 percentage in red grapes.  By far the largest portion of the nation’s vineyards are planted in the Kakheti region of eastern Georgia, the country’s primary winemaking area.  Although Kakheti boasts roughly 80 grape varieties, the two most prominent are Rkatsiteli (white) and Saperavi (red).

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