The story of our company begins in early sixties of the twentieth century, namely in 1962, when one of the most powerful wine factories in the Soviet Union was launched. That was the year Tbilisi held its 10th International Congress of Winegrowers.
For years the factory remained an essential part of the Soviet winemaking industry (nine of ten bottles of wine sold inside the country and abroad were made in this factory). In the early 1990s it emerged as an independent wine company with new philosophy and approaches that still is undergoing substantial development both in its infrastructure and in the growing sophistication of its wines.
We believe that we should be responsible for every bottle of wine made in our company. Consequently, we track closely the whole process of winemaking, from the vineyards to the consumer. Our aim is to create sophisticated wines that make difference.
As one of the pioneers of the new Georgian winemaking history, our ambition is to produce top quality, even in these challenging times. We are convinced that our wines must be the carriers of the new winemaking philosophy that will take Georgian winemaking traditions further, thus establishing and strengthening the image of a country with thousands of years of winemaking tradition.