Tbilvino started out as a huge factory in 1962, a bastion of winemaking for the USSR, apparently responsible for every 9 in 10 bottles across the united countries.

As the Iron Curtain fell in the early 90s, Tbilvino gained their independence and their own vineyards, breezing into the Western market as they concentrated and

perfected their grape and wine production. Their pride of the Georgian traditions has driven their success, consistently winning awards from bodies such as the IWSC.

Tbilvino believe it is their duty to represent “the image of a country with thousands of years of winemaking tradition”. What better way to do so than by using traditional Georgian grapes like Saperavi and Rkatsiteli.