This is the name of a Georgian royal estate from 16th century, which included vineyards, a winery, palace, and history. The actual winemaking adventure began in this area in 1876, when the representative of the royal family, Ivane Mukhrabatoni, returned from France and began producing wine. In the communist times, the estate was destroyed and abandoned. In 2003, an international company Marussia Beverages, in association with Georgian partners, formed a company under the name Chateau Mukhrani. The estate and its surroundings were restored to their former glory. The newly started wine production employed both traditional, as well as modern technologies. Currently, the company holds 100 hectares of vineyards planted with local and international varieties. Red – Saperavi, Shavkapito, Tavkveri, Cabernet. White – Goruli Mtsvane, Rkatsiteli, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc. Since year 2007, Château Mukhrani has been producing wine from fruit harvested from its proprietary vineyards. The new investment group is aiming at creating strong brands that will serve as representatives of the Georgian winemaking on the international market.
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