Producer Profile


Anastasia and Mariam, the dynamic young winemakers behind Artana Wines, inherited their vineyard from their parents just a few years ago and wasted no time in embracing sustainable practices. Since 2015, they have been meticulously cultivating biodynamic grapes and crafting natural raw wines, alongside other organic alcoholic beverages. Their overarching mission is clear: to produce only natural products while simultaneously upholding and advancing Georgia's rich winemaking heritage, which spans an impressive 6000 years. Despite being in the market for only three years, Artana Wines has swiftly risen to prominence, capturing the attention of both local and international markets. Beyond Georgian wine shops.

Where The Wines Come From


Nestled in the breathtaking landscapes of eastern Georgia, Kakheti is renowned for its ancient winemaking traditions and stunning natural beauty, making it a captivating destination for natural wine enthusiasts. Blessed with a diverse terroir ranging from fertile valleys to rugged mountain slopes, Kakheti provides an ideal environment for cultivating indigenous grape varieties such as Saperavi, Rkatsiteli, and Kisi. Natural winemakers in Kakheti honor the region's heritage by embracing traditional winemaking methods, including fermenting wines in qvevri—large clay vessels buried underground. This hands-off approach allows the grapes to ferment spontaneously with native yeasts, resulting in wines that authentically reflect the unique characteristics of Kakheti's terroir. Kakheti's natural wines are distinguished by their vibrant acidity, intense fruit flavors, and distinct earthy undertones, offering a sensory journey that transports drinkers to the heart of Georgia's winemaking tradition. Whether enjoying a crisp amber wine or a robust red, Kakheti's natural wines are a testament to the region's rich cultural heritage and unyielding commitment to quality.