Vazisubani Estate is located in Kakheti, Georgia's foremost wine region. They cultivate and craft their wines from only Georgian indigenous grape varieties.

The restored palace and cellar of Sulkhan Chavchavadze and unique century-old garden are all located within the vineyards. Decades ago, Vazisubani was a meeting place for innovators, writers and artists. Today it is a renowned destination for history, wine and adventure tourism.


Lado Uzunashvili

Lado Uzunashvili is an 11th-generation winemaker, Georgian enologist and wine expert. His reputation and expertise are well-known in international wine circles. He is the visionary behind Vazisubani Estate wines. Lado’s winemaking resume includes crafting wines in France, Australia, Japan and his native Georgia. He is known for his ability to marry the art and science of winemaking to craft exceptional wines.

Vineyards & Varietals

Vazisubani’s estate and vineyards are located in the Kakheti region, in the picturesque Alazani Valley, on the right bank of the Alazani river.  This region has historically been regarded as producing the finest grapes in the country. The sandy clay and bedrock terroir and the favorable climate allow the estate to grow five of Georgia’s indigenous grape varietals: red Saperavi together with its white counterparts: Rkatsiteli, Kisi, Khikhvi and Kakhuri Mtsvane.


The vineyards are farmed using organic farming practices and lutte raisonnée, which is French for “the reasoned struggle”, more commonly known as dry farming. The grapes are hand-picked and aged using Georgia’s traditional winemaking Qvervi method where the wines are fermented and then aged on skins and lees.

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Georgian Sun

Georgian Sun is a wine brand of Vazisubani Estate, born in the sun-drenched and most prosperous wine growing region of Georgia – Kakheti. The grapes for the Georgian Sun wine come from the surrounding vineyards of Vazisubani.

The phenomenon of the Sun has long been an integral part of Georgian culture. It's symbol in the ancient Georgian "Asomtavruli" script can be found in the form of one of the seven ideograms.