Winery Khareba has already obtained recognition at international exhibitions in 2018. Since its foundation, the company has been making wines using local grape varieties. The winemaking company produces more than 40 wine varieties, and has won more than 200 awards at prestigious international competitions.
The 2018 awards include: at Prodexpo 2018, the Prodexpo Star for Khareba aged red 2013; a Golden Medal for Kvevri Green, a Golden Medal for Saperavi Premium, a Golden Medal for Chacha and a Silver Medal for Kidzmarauli.
From the “MUNDUS VINI 2018” Awards: Best of show Georgia for Saperavi Premium 2013; a Silver Medal for Krakhuna 2017 and a Silver Medal for Green 2017.
For the first time in the history of Georgian wine, an international exhibition hosted a presentation by Winery Khareba. The presentation guests were able to taste the company’s award-winning wines.
The winemaking company has also unveiled its future plans. Winery Khareba has unveiled a new store at the Hotel Porta Caucasia, which is located in Kazbegi. The winery also plans to develop a tourism area at its Terjola winery. Today, the company operates eight wine stores in Georgia:
Tbilisi – Rustaveli Ave.N50/1; Gorgasali Str.N1
Mtskheta – Arsukidze Str.
Batumi – K. Gamsakhurdia Str.N14
Poti – King Parnavaz Str.N1
Kvareli – Farming Settlement, Gvirabi
Terjola – Tbilisi-Senaki-Leselidze 204.8th kilometer
Kazbegi – Stepantsminda, Tergdaleulebi Str.N1
Each year, the company adds new wine varieties to its selection. The company’s expansion includes plans to add several wine varieties and increase its store numbers in Georgia and abroad. Exports by Winery Khareba rose by 58%, and Azerbaijan and Italy have emerged as new export markets for the winery.
The Gvirabi tourism complex in Kvareli is constantly developing, the company management said, and added that the number of tourists grows every year. Tourist inflow rose by 67% in 2017.
Winery Khareba follows ancient winemaking traditions and focuses on maintaining unique vine varieties and producing unique wines via both ancient methods and modern technology. As a result, the company produces premium class wines.
Accounting for developments in the market and modern technology, Winery Khareba has reorganized its existing plant and considerably improved the plant’s technical equipment. The company owns about 2,000 hectares land planted with unique Georgian and European vine varieties for production of top quality wines.
The company wine cellars are located in Imereti and Kakheti, which are equipped with modern Italian machinery and stainless steel reservoirs.