This small estate of 34 hectares is being restored to old glories by Mamuka Khazaradze and Badri Japaridze. Vazisubani’s mansion and vineyards were established by Tavadi (Prince) Sulkhan Chavchavadze in the late 19th century. Named after the village in which it is located, Vazisubani flourished in this golden but curtailed period of Georgian history. Beautifully situated on the Gombori ridge, in the heart of prime vineyard territory, vines and palace have undergone a huge restoration since 2013. Winemaker Lado Uzanishvili has worked and studied extensively in Georgia and Australia, and has both profound technical expertise and exuberant passion for his native Georgian terroir. Both conventional and qvevri wines are made under two different brands: Vazisubani Estate and Georgian Sun. These immaculate, expressive, authentic wines have recently become available in the UK through specialist importer Gvino UK.