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IVERIA ALLIANCE GROUP
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IVERIA ALLIANCE GROUP

Iveria Alliance Group is a group of wine and spirits companies

Kindzmarauli Kvareli, Alazani Distillery and Alazani Winery

, based on the basis of the former state enterprise "Alazani", producing premium quality georgian wine and beverage. iveria alliance group

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Kakheti Winery Region of Georgia

Kakheti is the most important Georgian winemaking region. The vineyards giving the best quality wines are located in the Alazani and Iori basins, at 400-700 m asl, on humus-carbonate, black and alluvial soils.

Of 18 aboriginal wines registered in Georgia 14 belong to Kakheti, such as Tsinandali, Gurjaani, Vazisubani, Manavi, Kardanakhi, Tibaani, Kakheti, Kotekhi, Napareuli, Mukuzani, Teliani, Kindzmarauli, Akhasheni, Kvareli. Among grape varieties there should be noted: Rkatsiteli, Kakhuri Mtsvane (Kakhetian Green), Qisi, Khikhvi, Budeshuri, Mtsvivana, Sapena, Kunsi, Saperavi, Cabernet-Sauvignon, Tavkveri, Ikalto Red, etc. Among Georgian wines Kakhetian wine expresses soil properties most of all.... 

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  • Georgia - Cradle of WIne

    Georgia - Cradle of WIne

    Its still not really sure which people or tribe discovered the great invention of wine. However the oldest civilization that is known for its wine drinking were not the Romans or the ancient Greeks, but the Georgians.
  • Qvevri Tradition in Georgia’s Kakheti Wine Region

    Qvevri Tradition in Georgia’s Kakheti Wine Region

    Georgia’s easternmost region of Kakheti is a land of hospitable, open hearted and straightforward people who live surrounded by rugged mountains, ancient castles, magnificent churches, and drink wine to praise the almighty for each harvest of their nurtured grape yards.
  • Kakheti Winery Region of Georgia

    Kakheti Winery Region of Georgia

    Kakheti is the most important Georgian winemaking region. The vineyards giving the best quality wines are located in the Alazani and Iori basins, at 400-700 m asl, on humus-carbonate, black and alluvial soils.