The History of Chelti Winery

The history of Chelti Winery can be traced back to the last century, when in the depth of the Kakheti region, in the village of Shilda, the ancestors of the Mirianashvili family built their first wine cellar.The family tradition was revived in 2001 with the initiative of Giorgi Mirianashvili, the founder and CEO of the Chelti Winery Company, who expanded on the already existing household cellars and vineyards.The total space of the territory now amounts to 80 hectares and includes vineyards, traditional Georgian (Qveri) and Classic (oak & steel) cellars, an underground wine warehouse and a tourist complex

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Georgian Wine

Georgia has a long and rich history with wine, with evidence of winemaking in the country dating back at least 8,000 years. The country’s unique winemaking method, known as the Qvevri or Kvevri method, reflects this perfectly. Dating back to the 6th millennium BC, this method has been recognized by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Georgia.