Kakheti, located in the eastern part of Georgia, is renowned for its exceptional winemaking conditions. The region's diverse microclimates, with warm summers and mild winters, provide an ideal environment for cultivating a variety of grape types. Additionally, the rich soils and unique terroir contribute to the distinctive flavors and aromas found in Kakhetian wines. The traditional winemaking methods, including the use of qvevris for fermentation and aging, further distinguish Kakheti as a prime region for producing high-quality and characterful wines.

Fermentation in Qvevri

A Qvevri (Georgian amphora) is a typically large clay vessel used in the ancient winemaking method still practiced in Georgia. It is the world's oldest form of winemaking and has been recognized as part of UNESCO's "Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity" since 2013. The porous nature of the clay allows for a gentle exchange of oxygen, promoting a nuanced development of flavors and textures in the wine. This ancient winemaking technique imparts distinctive characteristics, contributing to the complex and authentic profiles of wines fermented and aged in qvevris.


Tamas - The Farmer

Tamas, a visionary in the realm of organic grape farming, embodies a profound commitment to sustainable agriculture and the art of winemaking. Nestled in the picturesque landscapes of Nekres, Tamas has dedicated his life to cultivating grapes in harmony with nature. From his humble beginnings, nurtured by a childhood immersed in the fertile soils, his journey into the world of organic grape cultivation was not merely a career choice but a philosophical stance—a conscientious decision to nurture the land while producing exceptional, environmentally friendly wines. With a deep-rooted understanding of the delicate balance between the vineyard and its ecosystem, Tamas emerges as an advocate for the principles of organic viticulture, enriching not only the terroir but also the soul of every grape he cultivates.