Adjarian Wine House
Adjarian Wine House was established in 2010 on the ruins of 18-th century historical winery, in Khelvachauri municipality, village Adjaristskali. New owners restored local historical winemaking traditions and re-introduced some old, unique wines such as “Chkhaveri” - characteristic to this region.
Adjarian Wine House owns vineyards and two factories, a Georgian restaurant with an elegant setting for private events, enotheque (wine library), wine cellar with Qvevri, and wine tasting halls. A narrow pond filled with an assortment of large fish makes the site even more attractive to the visitors.
Winery produces wines fermented in European-style, qvevri wines (underground clay vessels), a variety of Chacha and Cognac, champagne aged in the bottle and specializes in Chkhaveri wines. The European-style wine is a blend of Rkatsiteli and Tsolikouri. Qvevri-made wine is produced with the Tsolikouri grape variety.
Interior walls of Adjara Wine House are designed with the same bricks and stones as the outside walls of the building, blending in well with the surrounding environment.
In underground wine cellar oak barrels are used to age wines and several riddling racks -to riddle the sparkling wine bottles. There is a 250-year-old wood press on display nearby.
The first floor of the winery, a restaurant area is filled with numerous wine bottles lined the walls. Carefully and neatly placed local artifacts enhance the pleasure of visiting this site. The glass floor provides a glimpse into the wine library and cellar below.
Adjarian Wine House is an ideal place to enjoy fresh air and relax with friends and family in incredible scenic surroundings. Here visitors can browse through the vineyard, become acquainted with the wine-making process, buy or taste local wines, smoke hand-rolled Georgian tobacco upon their wish, and taste Georgian and International cuisine.
To book private tour, please, contact travel advisor here or follow the links below listed tours:
5 day jeep tour to South-West Georgia