ZURAB GVALADZE WINE CELLAR is a historic family winery situated in Obcha, Imereti, Western Georgia, known for its dedication to natural winemaking. The winery traces its roots back to 1900 when Aleksander Gvaladze, great-grandfather of Zurab Gvaladze, established it. In 2016, Zurab Gvaladze transformed the family tradition into a thriving commercial venture. Among the notable grape varieties they cultivate are Tsitska, an indigenous white grape known for its late ripening, giving rise to straw-colored wines with greenish hues and characterized by hints of vegetation, pear, lemon, honey, and melon. Tsitska wines exhibit lively acidity. Another prized variety is Tsolikouri, also indigenous to Georgia, belonging to the Imeretian family of grapes. Tsolikouri ripens late and yields light straw-colored wines with captivating aromas of citrus fruit, white plum, yellow fruit, and flowers. Compared to Tsitska, Tsolikouri wines tend to be more full-bodied.