Papari Valley is a family-owned winery that produces fine Georgian wines. The first 2 hectares of vineyards were purchased in 2004. By 2010, the area of vineyards increased. The first experimental wine was created in 2007.
Commercial release began in 2015. Wines grown in the estate and bottled are produced according to the traditional Kakheti wine-making method with natural yeast fermentation and aging in Qvevri. In Papari Valley 21 Qvevri. The total volume of Qvevri is 29500 liters (the volume of each varies from 1000 to 1500 liters). To pour wine from Qvevri, the gravity method is used without the use of pumps.
Papari Valley is a natural wine from Georgia. The winery presented its products at RAW wine exhibitions in new York, Berlin, Los Angeles, and CNN journalists recommend trying Saperavi wine from Papari Valley. Papari Valley winery’s mission is to find the best ways to combine Georgian Qvevri and modern wine-making technologies. The goal is to preserve the Qvevri technology