Aguna Winery was born out of a love of two things, the Kakheti region and it’s culture and good quality Georgian wine.
Aguna winery was founded in 1882 by entrepreneurial Naneishvili brothers in Gurjaani, Kakheti region, Georgia.
We own our vineyard so we control the quality from start to finish.
Tucked away from highways, we produce pollution free wine, relaying on two horns of grapes for getting relatively small but excellent quality wine.
We handpick our grapes and select only the finest to press in a stainless steel vat.
Aguna Wine Cellar was built in 1882 by four brothers from Gurjaani: George, Zakro, Igor and Pachia Naneishvili. Until the 1930s, it was a wine cellar that produced 100-150 tons of wine, mainly from Saperavi, Mtsvane and Rkatsiteli grapes. From the 30s of the XX century the cellar became the property of the state, where winemaking did not stop until the 80s.
THE CHAIRMAN OF THE GERMAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN GEORGIA ABOUT AGUNA WINERY – Recommendation photo