Winemaking in the oldest wine country of the world
Georgia holds the history of being the oldest winegrowing country in the world and is also one of the original regions for winegrowing and cultivated vines. Schuchmann Wines Chateau is recognized as an ultra-premium winery that specializes in the indigenous Georgian grape varieties. Located at the center of Georgian wine growing zone in Tsinandali, Kakheti, this winery was founded by the Schuchmann family in 2008.
A proud holder of several awards in the world of wines and winemaking, this winery has won awards and even more hearts of people throughout their journey
Taste the flagship wines of Schuchmann Winery
The French concept of Château is at the heart of Georgian wine making process. Giorgi Dakshvili and Burkhard Schuchmann believe that to produce quality wine a variety of parameters should match. The vineyard’s soil composition, sun and wind exposure and overall microclimate should match the varietals planted. This winery produces wines out of the three distinct vineyard sites Napareuli, Tsinandali, Kindzmarauli. The flagship wines like Saperavi, Rkatsiteli, Kisi, Kindzmarauli, Mtsvane and the Cabernet Sauvignon are crafted from the indigenous grape variety cultivatedin small pockets of the winery location.
Winemaking in respect of nature
Currently, eight varieties are grown in the three vineyards using best site-specific methods. This is how they are able to consistently grow the grape varietals every year. The wines made in this winery fall under Tsinandali appellation of wines. This winery specializes in wines like red, white, rose and sparkling.
They use sustainable methods in the winemaking which includes the following: intergenerational fairness, maintaining unique landscapes, making sure both present and future generations have the same opportunities,
resource conservation, conserving non-renewable sources, maintaining biodiversity etc.