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Fine Wine of the Caucasus

Our Wines

We produce wines exclusively in Kvevri with long-skin maceration from indigenous Georgian grape varieties.



Tsitska is part of the Imereti family of indigenous Georgian vines. Is one of the first mentioned varieties in the oldest agronomical literature. 

Shows nice freshness and balance with aromas of citrus, linden, white tea, and a hint of buckwheat honey. With a long aftertaste, elegant salinity, and soft integrated tannins.

Dry amber wine, 12% alc., Sviri PDO.

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Goruli Mtsvane - Chinuri

Both varieties originated in Kartli. Goruli Mtsvane & Chinuri blend of two acidic grape varieties and shows great freshness when young. Wildflowers aromas with a lime hint, a little bit of mint, subtle honeyed notes, and forest pear.

Long aftertaste with great salinity and minerality, light and delicate tannins.

Dry amber wine, 12,5% alc., Kartli.



King of Kakheti, Rkatsiteli makes noticeably acidic, well-balanced wines with a full body and great aroma profile. Gives long-lived wines great for collections.

Aromas of white peach, citrus flowers, quince, herbal notes and spices.

Delicate and integrated tannins.

Dry amber wine, 12% alc. Kakheti.



The name of the variety – Aladasturi - is an Arabic word combination (Allah, Dastur), which means “Allah’s consent”. 

Light and delicate red wine with light aromas of cherry, the hint of its pit and pomegranate, laurel

Balanced acidity, delicate tannins.

Dry red wine, 11% alc., Imereti.

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Shavkapito - Tavkveri

Both grape varieties occupy the leading place in Kartli. 

Shavkapito gives this blend of deepness and sweetness, spices, and blackberry notes. Tavkveri with its freshness and forest leaves gives energy.

Balanced, soft, integrated wine with a long aftertaste.

Dry red wine, 12,5% alc., Kartli.



Tsolikouri originates in Kolkheti (ancient Colchis, the land of the Golden Fleece). Lagvinary is growing in the Imereti region. 

Crispy wine, yet full bodied. With soft acidity and integrated tannins with great potential for longevity.

Beautiful aromas of apple pie, hints of vanilla and delicate spices.

Dry amber wine, 12% alc., Sviri PDO.

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Chinuri - Rkatsiteli

The blend of Chinuri from the Kartli region and Rkatsiteli grapes grown in Kartli. 

Elegant aromatic profile with wildflowers, white peach, apricot and its pits, elder, and a hint of quince.

Very energetic, fresh, and balanced wine with a long aftertaste, great salinity, minerality, and elegant tannins. One of the most gastronomic blends. 

Dry amber wine, 12,5% alc., Kartli.

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Kisi - Khihvi

The blend of two full-bodied and aromatic varieties Kisi & Khihvi. 

Wide aroma profile represented by white figs, lilac, green tea, spices, and a hint of caramelized walnuts and boxwood and later tobacco. 

Pronounced salinity, soft and velvety tannins, long aftertaste.

Dry amber wine, 12,5% alc., Kakheti.

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Otskhanuri Sapere

One of the oldest Georgian varieties, Otskhanuri Sapere grows only in the western part of the country.

Has great aging potential.

Wet forest on the nose with its black wild berries, currant leaf, and earthy pomegranate. 

High and balanced acidity, minerality, and delicate tannins.

Dry red wine, 11% alc., Imereti.



Cousin of Saperavi. In past times both grape varieties were always planted together in one vineyard. 

Intense wine with aromas of ripe blackberry, vanilla, black cherries, black currant leaves, and hints of black plum.

High acidity, big integrated tannins. 

Dry red wine, 12,5% alc., Kartli.



The name Krakhuna means "crispy" in the Imeritian dialect. A local indigenous grape variety with strong character. 

Deep amber-colored wine, with chalky tannins, stone fruit, and quince flavors with white flower notes and a slight herbal tinge and earthy character. Krakhuna wines have the potential to develop in bottles. 

Dry amber wine, 12% alc., Sviri PDO.

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Mtsvane Kakhuri

Its name means "green Kakheti", one of the most popular and oldest grape varieties of Kakheti.

It is quite a dark amber-colored wine with an intense nose of melon, tropical hints, a little bit of smoke, and white blooming.

A fresh full-bodied wine with tannins, long aftertaste, and minerality. 

Dry amber wine, 12,5% alc., Kartli.



Local grape variety from Kartli region. Fruity and delicate variety.

A lot of forest berries on the nose, black raspberry and its springs and leaves, and cherry in liqueur on the background.

High and balanced acidity, minerality, hight, and integrated tannins.

Great wine for wine and food pairing.

Dry red wine, 11,5% alc., Kartli.



Saperavi's best expression comes from its premier region Kakheti. One of the greatest grape varieties gives birth to longevity wines for collections. 

A lot of black plum, chocolate, wild dried black raspberry, black currant leaves, and tobacco.

High acidity, a lot of tannins, minerality, and long aftertaste. Big wine.

Dry red wine, 12% alc., Kakheti.


About Lagvinari

Lagvinari - famous for having its wines featured on the menus at several Michelin-starred restaurants is an organic winery in Georgia, founded by Doctor Eko Glonti. He works in different wine-growing regions in Georgia, such as Imereti, Kartli, Kakheti. He owns vineyards and works closely with local, artisan grape growers. He uses indigenous grape varieties and ancient winemaking techniques (fermenting, storing and aging wines in kvevri) to promote sustainable Georgian farming and preserve its rich cultural heritage. 

Wine production in Georgia dates back to the Bronze Age and, it is said, the word wine, or vin, is derived from the Georgian ღვინო "gvino".

Georgia's traditional winemaking method of fermenting grapes in earthenware egg-shaped vessels (kvevri) has been added to UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.


Lagvinari Winery

Bakurtsikhe, Kakheti, Georgia

©2023 by Lagvinari

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