10 Item(s)

The wine is produced from the finest Rkatsiteli grapes harvested in Gurjaani appellation vineyards in Kakheti region, and fermented in Qvevri according to ancient Georgian traditions. No filtration or chemical additives were used in production. Small presence of sediment is normal. Learn More

Made from rkatsiteli and aligote grown in Ukraine. The wine has a light straw color, enjoyable taste, and harmonious aroma with floral tones Learn More

Telavuri Medium Sweet wine is traditional for the Telavi region of Kakheti. It is made of local grapes, predominantly Rkatsiteli, grown on both banks of the Alazani River. The wine is of a light-straw color. The nice balance of sweetness and acidity keeps it lively and enables a harmonious and pleasant taste. It is great with fruity salads and cakes, as well as strong-flavored, soft cheese. Serve at 47–50 degrees F. Learn More

Deeply golden colored, full bodied, rich and complex, this wine has been crafted to accompany robust pork, veal, or chicken dishes (simply roasted or served either with fruit or cream sauces). Learn More

Wonderful yellow-green color, with complex, tempting aroma of apple, pear, apricot, peach, and discreet aroma of limetree. The taste is soft and long-lasting, sweet, sour-fresh and rounded. It is ideally served at 8-10 C with neutral cheese, prosciutto, white meat, green salads. Learn More

Alazani Valley White is a medium-sweet wine. The straw-colored wine, made from rkatsiteli and mtsvane grapes, leads with delicate fruit aromas of melon and quince. The taste is fresh with mild acidity which is offset by the natural sweetness. Matches with appetizers or sweet biscuits. Serve at 47–50 degrees F. Learn More

Tsinandali is a blend of rkatsitelli and mtsvane grapes. On the palate it is crisp and fresh with hints of banana and tropical salads. Its subtly creamy and complex taste is from partial aging in French Oak. Matches with grilled salmon, seafood, or vegetable dishes. Serve at 47–54 degrees F. Learn More

Telavuri Dry White wine, traditional for the Telavi region of Kakheti, is produced from local grapes grown on the right bank of the Alazani River. The light-straw-colored wine is inimitable with traditional lamb and veal dishes and also goes very well with poultry and vegetable salads. Store at 58–61 degrees F. Serve at 47–54 degrees F. Learn More

Table semi-sweet white wine "Alazani Valley" is made from Rkatsiteli grape variety grown in Kakheti viniculture zone. It has a pale straw color, an aroma of fresh fruits and flowers, a flavor of apples, pears and peaches with long and pleasant finish. Learn More

Apellation-origin-controlled, dry white wine Tsinandali is made from rkatsiteli and mtsvane grape varieties grown in the Tsinandali-specific viniculture zone. The wine has a pale-straw color and pleasant mineral and perfumed aroma, accompanied by notes of apple, peach, quince, and vanilla. This wine is delicate, full bodied with refreshing acidity, and has a long finish. It pairs best with fish, white meats, salads, or seafood. Recommended serving temperature of 50–54 degrees F. Learn More

10 Item(s)

Shipping Map

Due to restrictive state laws and regulations, we are prohibited to ship to the following states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Pensylvania, Texas, Utah and Washington.

For the states of Louisiana and New Hampshire, we are planning to obtain permits to be able to ship to these states.

This product can not be shipped. In store pickup only.

Please select a product quantity that is greater than zero.

Get on the list!

Sign up to receive emails filled with great offers, news and events! Interested in even greater rewards? Register now to receive extra benefits and member perks!

* Required field

Email *
Confirm email *
As a retailer of wine and spirits, we
require all shoppers to be at least 21
years of age.

Were you born before this date?

March 17, 1997

You must be of legal drinking age to enter and use this site. To find out more
about responsible consumption, visit the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol
Responsibility and www.responsibility.org.