Georgian Wine House was founded in 1996 in the city of Gori, a city that has been at the heart of travel and trade for centuries. Located at the confluence of two major rivers, Gori sits on the ancient spice route, its history shaped by trade between east and west. This heritage is preserved in modern Gori through the city’s importance for manufacturing and logistics in Georgia. Framed by mountains, Gori is located in the region of Kartli, a region known for elegant and aromatic white wines, and fresh and graceful reds. From the beginning, Georgian Wine House was equipped with modern equipment as well as traditional qvevri.
The company owns 150 hectares of vineyards in favoured sites across Georgia, and makes vibrant, authentic and contemporary wines with great appeal. Their Sagvine range is dedicated to Qvevri wines, while the premium Gurmani range showcases unique Georgian grape varieties in fresh and vibrant style. Their mission is “to improve the quality of life of people through affordable Georgian wine, created in compliance with centuries-old traditions, for wine lovers around the world.”