Lagazi Winery

If you've happened to fall in love with Georgian wine and you would like to treat yourself to one of the truest expressions - you should definitely give Shota's wines a try. Not for the faint of heart, both his Rkatisteli and Mtsvane see 6 months on skins and a whole year in qvevri. This means lots of structure and complexity, but there is also a gentleness and elegance behind the seemingly thundrous first impression. Shota is just 26 years old, but he cares deeply about the Georgian landscape, traditions and especially the agricultural side of things.

Antadze Winery

You wouldn't believe it if you didn't know it, but Niki used to be a night club owner! His extremely gentle and kindhearted spirit just doesn't seem to match the title very well. When it comes to his wines, it's a very different story. Fairly short time on skins but long time in the qvevri makes them gentle, but also very deep and complex. Niki himself is mostly quiet and peaceful, but of course - no one knows for sure what is happening underneath that gentle smile...


Okro's Wine

In the small town of Signaghi, in the Kakheti region of eastern Georgia, lies a small family-owned winery.
John Okruashvili grew up with John Wurdemann’s wife Ketevan (Pheasant’s Tears winery) and since 2009 he has been bottling his own wine under the name Okro’s Wine. Like many other producers in Georgia, the focus of winemaking lies in the passion for ancient winemaking rituals.
This includes fermentation in Qvevri and several monts of skin maceration.