Schuchmann Wines Georgia ITD

Kisiskhevi, 2200 Telavi
Telephone +995 7905 57045
Fax +995 7905 57045

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ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 15): stand G47

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ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 15


Exhibitor Categories

  • 02  Exporter
  • 02.01  Europe


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  • 02.02  Asia


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  • 02.03  USA


Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.06  Georgia

Our products

Product category: Georgia


Kisi – hand-picked, hand selected and sorted before crushing. Wine is fermented according to ancient traditional method using Qvevri ( amphora wine) and 6 months maceration on skin and seeds. This white dry wine offers light floral and peach aromatics. This palate is well balanced with a slight spice and a flavor “flower water”. It’s some what tannic and has sufficient acidity. The finish is long, with apple skin and tea flavors and a tea-like tannic quality.

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Product category: Georgia


Chardonnay sparkling wine, Brut. Made by “ Methode Traditionelle” with 12 months of bottle maturation on lees. Chardonnay grapes from the appellation Napareuli. Subtle, fresh apricot, peach, pear, crisp with a touch of walnut. Tangy, harmonious and elegant.

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Product category: Georgia


Noble Georgian wines are made exclusively from Saperavi grape. Due to its intensive dark-red color is an acidic teinturier type grape variety native to Georgia. Saperavi of 2010 vintage produced by SWG is very specific. It was fermented in amphoras for 20 days, matured in French barriques for twenty four months and finally bottled unfiltered. A hand-crafted wine which combines centuries of traditions and modern elegance. A complex fragrance of cherry and cedar as well as hints of mint. Silky tannins which accompany a long lasting aromatic finish.

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About us

Company details

Schuchmann Wines Georgia
 Is an ultra-premium winery specializing in famous indigenous Georgian grape varieties. It was founded in 2008 by Schuchmann family in a very center of Georgian wine growing zone in Tsinandali. Having travelled to many countries in his life and being a wine buff for years, Schuchmann decided to set up a wine business in Georgia. He has been to Georgia already as a student and he knew about the beauty of the country, the hospitality of the people and the potential of the soils. SWG joined traditional Georgian wine making practices with German ingenuity to produce age-worthy and memorable wines.

The French concept of Château is at the heart of Georgian wine making process. Burkhard Schuchmann and longtime winemaker Giorgi Dakishvili follow the belief that in order to produce quality wine, the varietals planted must match the vineyard’s soil composition, sun and wind exposure, and overall micro-climate. SWG produces wines out of three distinct vineyard sites Napareuli, Tsinandali, Kindzmarauli. Our flagship wines, Saperavi, Rkatsiteli, Kisi, Kindzmarauli, Mtsvane and the Cabernet Sauvignon are produced from an indigenous grape varieties cultivated in a specific micro zones of Kakheti at the winery location. Currently, we grow eight varieties at our three vineyards with the best site-specific methods. We have consistency and are able to maintain style every year because of this dedicated concept of only growing our grape varietals where they grow best.

Besides we are host of every traveler at our Château in Kakheti by offering to our preferred guest’s exclusive service of wine and gastronomic tourism. Behind the doors to each winery you’ll find friendly staff, stylish and relaxed tasting rooms and a wide range of wines to sample. Here, you can experience the life of a winery. Sample rare vintages, special Reserves, new releases, or small batch specialties, many only available at the winery. Take a tour behind the scenes. Feel free to ask questions. We’re happy to share what we know. 

Each winery tells a unique story, with its own defining characteristics, as distinctive as the wines they create. From the sleekness of glass and steel to the warmth of stone and wood, our wineries are expressions of our personalities. Visit large estates, medium-size operations and small boutique and you’ll see that when it comes to the wines, size doesn’t matter.

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