Founded in 1994, Binekhi Winery makes premium red and amber wines and spirits from indigenous Georgian grape varities harvested on best terroirs with limited crops. Vinification happens with creative interpretation and experimentation based on 8,000 years of winemaking tradition. Binekhi is committed to excellence and has won many awards at competitions in Germany, Japan, the US, and greater Eurasia. The company owns 90 hectares of vineyard over several Georgian regions, with 35 hectares cultivating unique indigenous grape varietals.
Binekhi Winery sits in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi beside the flowing Mtkvari River, at the heart of Georgian business and culture. The company also owns and cultivates vineyards in the eastern Kakheti region famous for its wine production and its fertile climate.
White wine. Krakhuna is considered to be the most “Imeretian” wine. The roots of Imereti viniculture tradition can be traced back to the times of the legendary Kolkhida. The region has its own unique technology of wine-producing.
This white wine produced from Krakhuna grapes harvested in Imereti region of Western Georgia. The wine has a pale straw color, aromas of pear and citrus, with fresh and balanced acidity and minerality on the palate. Food pairing: fish and salads