Founded in 2006, Antadze Winery produces traditional Georgian wine with all organic methods, farming grapes over 3 hectares of vineyard. The winery uses local grape varieties, producing up to 13,000 bottles of wine annually. Antadze Winery rests 750 meters above sea level in the fertile Kakheti region, which is known for its history of winemaking. The winery is north of the Chailuri River and approximately 60 kilometers east of the capital Tbilisi.
- Saperavi is a dark-skinned, pink-fleshed grape variety originally from the Georgian Republic. Being the Georgian-language word for "dye", saperavi is a particularly appropriate name for this inky-black and densely tannic variety. Made from grapes grown in a relatively young vineyard ... Learn More