Georgian white wines - Georgia Wine Country

Here are a few examples of white wines from Georgia.

white wine

Alazani (semi-sweet)

This is an award-winning semi-sweet wine made from Rkatsiteli grapes grown in the Alanzani River Valley. This valley has a warm climate compared to most other wine growing districts in Georgia, and the grapes therefore become extra sweet. The wine is mid-straw colored.

Anakopia (semi-dry)

This is a semi-dry talbe wine made from Tsolikauri grapes cultivated in Abkhazia’s Sukhumi and Gudauta districts. The taste is subtle and fresh, and the color ranges from light to dark-straw.

  • Alcohol content: 9-11%
  • Titrated acidity: 5-8 grams per liter

Bode (from a micro-district)

This wine is made from Rkatsiteli grapes grown around the village Bodbe in a micro-district called Magaro in Kakheti. The taste is tender and the aroma is flowery.

  • Alcohol content: 10.5-11.5%
  • Titrated acidity: 5-7 grams per liter

white wine bottleDimi (fermented with husks)

Dimi is a dark-straw colored wine made from Tsolikauri and Krakhuna grapes grown in parts of Imereti in Western Georgia. An old local technique is used where an amount of grape husks are added to the grape pulp as it is left to ferment.

The flavor is fruity with savory astringency.

  • Alcohol content: 10.5-13.0%
  • Titrated acidity: 6.5-8.0 grams per liter

Kakheti (blended table wine)

This is an amber-colored table wine with a fruity aroma and strong hints of vanilla. The taste is often described as energetic and velvety. Kakheti wine is made from Rkatsiteli and Mtsvane grapes grown in Kakheti.

  • Alcohol content: 10.5-13.0%
  • Titrated acidity: 4-6 grams per liter

Khikhvi (dessert wine)

This is an amber-colored dessert wine with a sugar content of 18-20%. It is made from Khikhvi grapes grown in Kardanakhi and has been in production since the 1920s.

  • Alcohol content: 15%
  • Titrated acidity: 4-8 grams per liter

Pirosmani (blended semi-sweet)

This is a blended wine, consisting of 40% Tsolikauri and 60% Tsitska. The result is an award-winning semi-sweet white wine.

Tbilisuri (pink semi-dry)

This is a pink semi-dry wine (sugar content: 1-2%) made from Cabernet, Rkatsiteli and Saperavi grapes grown in Eastern Georgia. It tastes rich and fruity.

  • Alcohol content: 9-11.5%
  • Titrated acidity: 5-7 grams per liter

Tvishi (semi-sweet)

This is an award-winning semi-sweet wine made from Tsolikauri grapes grown in the Lechkhumi region.

Saamo (dessert wine)

Saamo is a golden-colored dessert wine with 13% sugar content. It’s made from Rkatsiteli grapes grown in the Kardanahi vineyards, located in Kakheit’s Gurjaani district.

After maturing for three years, this wine develops a nice honey fragrance.

  • Alcohol content: 17%
  • Titrated acidity: 4-6 grams per liter