Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking is the biggest producer of wine and spirits of Georgia. Leader of brandy exports since 2007 and leader of wine exports since 2016. The roots of the company dates back to 19th century, when Antimoz Chkhaidze founded a wine cellar in village of Askana, Guria, Western Georgia. He became famous for his outstanding and rare Georgian wines such as Chkhaveri, Tsolikouri and Jani. Notably Antimoz’s name stretched across the Black Sea as he used to export his wine to neighboring countries. The oldest Qvevri in the cellar wasdated to 1880. After a century, in 2001, great-great grandson of Antimoz, Zurab Chkhaidze rejuvenated the family traditions and established the company “Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking”. The company still preserves and continues its’ family traditions. The main direction of the company is production of the high-quality wines from the unique Georgian grape varieties, as well as Georgian brandy and traditional Chacha. Today company owns 4 winemaking factories, 3 wine cellars, 2 fruit processing factories, 3 restaurants and 3 hotels. KTW is #1 company by total vineyard area in Georgia, with the number of vineyards equaling to 2000ha, while adding huge areas every year. Our goal is to have 10,000ha by the year 2025. Since 2001 we are successfully exporting our products to Europe, Asia and CIS.