Grape growing areas - wine regions in Georgia


Georgian wine regions:

  • Kakheti - Eastern Georgia, Alazani Valley and Manavi
  • Kartli - in the sunny center of Georgia
  • Imereti - River valleys in the eastern West Georgia
  • Racha-Lechkhumi - Caucasian mountain landscape


Appellations - Geographically protected wine-growing areas.

Georgian wines with controlled indication of origin. The meaning of the designation of origin corresponds to the French "AOC" (Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée) or the Italian "DOC" (Denominazione di origine controllata). Typical protected appellations are e.g. AkhasheniKhvanchkaraKindzmarauliMukuzaniNapareuliTsinandali and Tvishi.

Grape growing areas - wine regions in Georgia

Kakheti

Kakheti

The winegrowing area Kakheti in Eastern Georgia, with Rkatsiteli, Mtsvane, Kisi, Khikhvi, Saperavi, Alexandreuli, Cabernet Sauvignon, etc.

 

Kartli

Kartli

The Georgian Kartli wine region is located in the center of Georgia, with Chinebuli (Chinuri), Shavkapito and much more.

 

Imereti

Imereti

The Georgian wine region in Imereti, along the river valleys in the east of Georgia, with Tsitska, Otskhanuri Sapere etc.

 

Racha-Lechkhumi

Racha-Lechkhumi

The mountain landscape of Racha-Lechkhumi, a georgian wine region in the Caucasus, with Tvishi, Ojaleshi, Khvanchkara and Usakhelauri

 

Adjara

Adjara

Adjara wine-growing region in Western Georgia,
with Porto Franco Chkhaveri Rose from the Adjarian Wine House