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Chateau Zegaani is a wine estate built in 1820 by Prince Alexander Chavchavadze, a great political and cultural figure of the 19th century, as well as the founder of Georgian viticulture. The Chateau is located in Kakhetia, the main wine-producing region of Georgia. Today it is a great historic and architectural asset for studying the development of wine-making in the region and provides evidence of the significant French influence in the process. Alexander Garsevanovich Chavchavadze built the estate in the fashion of the majority of French wine chateaux of the early 19th century upon his return from France. This is precisely why the castle in Zegaani, Kakhetia, is also referred to as Chateau.

 

We deeply appreciate the experience of European wine-growing and combine it successfully with the winemaking traditions of Georgia.

 

We, the Tatulashvili family, are the owners of Chateau Zegaani. We execute the entire winemaking cycle, beginning from the vine. For our wines, we only use Georgian grape varieties - Saperavi and Rkatseteli - from our family vineyards located near Chateau Zegaani, ensuring a fresh harvest is delivered to the winery.

 

We approach viticulture with all seriousness (as we do every stage of production  of our wines). We choose not to use pesticides in our vineyards. This makes taking care of the vineyards more challenging but, in our opinion, the result is well worth it. Environmental aspects of the production are very important to us, which is why we use primarily manual labour and environmentally-friendly materials throughout the entire production cycle.

 

We carefully supervise the entire process, including picking, pressing, aging and storing of Chateau Zegaani wines, up to the point of delivery to the seller. We consider it our mission to produce consistently high-quality wine.