Or as we say in Georgia, “Gaumarjos!”
A cultural kaleidoscope, where Europe meets Asia, Georgia lies in the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains, between the Black and Caspian Seas.
Georgia’s rich wine-growing heritage dates back over 7,000 years and is so entrenched with the Georgian way of life, that many families still grow their own grapes and produce wine in their own back yard.
Independent Artisan Values
In the village of Khorkheli, OROVELA (est. 2001) a craft wine and spirit producer, continues to embrace independent artisan values, by producing exceptional wines and spirits. Combining ancient traditions with state of the art modernity.
Orovela also takes great pride and pleasure in its unique contemporary packaging.