Winery VINAGORA is one of the leading wine producers in Georgia and is based on the ancient Georgian traditions of winemaking.
Merging modern technologies and ancient traditions of winemaking the company could preserve unique taste of wine and create its own unrepeatable style.
Vineyards are located in the most important wine producing regions. Accordingly, the company produces wines from east and west parts of Georgia and offers the customer’s wide assortment.Our wines are distinguished by its uniqueness by margining the best Georgian winemaking traditions and European standards.Due to the high competition in the wine industry worldwide the main goal was to produce the wines affordable for the customers, with competitive price and quality combination expressing perfectly character of its region and at the same time representing long history of winemaking culture in Georgia.Main directions of the company are the production of high quality wine from unique grape varieties of Eastern and Western Georgia, brandy and traditional Georgian Chacha. Also the company produces wines in Ceramic bottle like souvenirs. These attractive and various vessels are analogue to wine-jars. This finding is very successful.Thanks to the well-planned strategy, good development plan and hard work Vinagora showed the perfect results in an extremely short period of time. Because of the unique taste the wines achieved popularity and success.
Nowadays, the company exports its production in 10 different countries all over the world such as: Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Poland, Cyprus, Kazakhstan, USA, China, South Korea, and Japan.OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE AND QUALITY ARE VALUES THAT DRIVE US EACH DAY, MOTIVATING US TO CONTINUE AND IMPROVE OUR PRODUCTIVE PROCESSES. THIS IS WHAT EACH PERSON DOES ON A DAILY BASIS AT VINAGORA.
Georgia is where Europe meets Asia, bounded on the west by the Black sea, the north by Russia, the south by Turkey and Armenia and to the east by Azerbaijan. Climate is hugely ranging from subtropical to high alpine and to semi-desert. About 80% of Georgia is mountainous. The north border with Russia is formed by the Greater Caucasus mountain range, this barrier protects Georgia from cold air invasion from the north and the ice-clad flanks of these desolately beautiful high regions supply many of its streams and rivers.
The climate of Georgia is diverse due to the specific geographic conditions. Georgia is located on the border of subtropical and temperature climates between the black sea and the Caspian Sea and has a complex relief due to the geology and the topography. In the relatively small territory of Georgia a great variety of regional and local climates exist, humid subtropical climate, permanent snow and glaciers and dry subcontinental climate in southern Georgia. The temperature variations are great, while western Georgia has a warm tropical climate on the Black sea coast, western Georgia situated on the eastern coast of the Black Sea. The Greater Caucasus range moderates local climate by serving as a barrier against cold air from the north.
Kakheti soil type is brown forest, carbonated humus and carbonated-alluvial soils, also alluvial forest and damp soils.
Kartli soil type is alluvial-carbonaceous, brown meadow, carbonaceous humus, gravel, loess.
Imereti soil type is raw humus calcareous-rendzic leptosols. Yellow brown forest-chromic cambisols and stagnic alisols. Subtropical podzols.
Racha-Lechkhumi soil type is carbonaceous humus, clay soils, lime soils, clay mixed with flint and sandy lay.
Guria-Samegrelo soil type is largely chalky limestone, rich is marl, mostly alluvial in the lowlands, mixed with stones washed down by rivers, rich in sand, clayey or clayey and sandy mixed with stones, as well as carbonaceous.
Meskheti soil type mostly is carbonaceous, alluvial and rich in clay and sits atop layers of gravel and other kinds of layers.
Ajara soil type is largely yellow and ash-grey earth and only rarely deluvial.
Apkhazeti soils type is largely carbonaceous humus and ash-grey forest soil.
The Georgian names for their indigenous grape varieties often make specific reference to its origin or some distinguishing characteristics. Georgia is home to at least 525 authentic Georgian grape varieties – 38 of which are used for major commercial wine production in Georgian today.