The elegant white castle was designed by French architects at the request of the noble Mukhranbatoni family. Completed in 1885, its beauty is truly striking even today. The gardens were created by Versailles gardeners of the XIX century, and the attention to detail is sure to impress, reminding one of the estates of Central Europe.

In summer and early autumn, the territory of Chateau Mukhrani looks like an enchanted place, especially during the harvest celebration. The magic of the period, when the new wine is being conceived, is hard to describe. Better to arrange a visit to the Chateau, to see the field work and industrial part of the winery for yourself. Head down into the darkness of the cellars and smell the time and labor that are corked in the barrels there…

The most outstanding regional wines of Chateau Mukhrani are Goruli Mtsvane (white dry), Tavkveri (red dry) and Shavkapito (red dry). Of course, there are more Georgian grapes, and even locally planted Cabernet and Sauvignon Blanc, but those are from the Kartli region, born, grown and cultivated in this soil. The richness of Georgian nature proceeded in the European manner – that’s what makes them taste so extraordinary.

Order a tasting in the Chateau, or visit the Wine Studio by Chateau Mukhrani on Meidani Square in Tbilisi. There are several kinds of samplings for any budget; with light snacks or without.

Additional Info


Chateau: Mukhrani village, Mtskheta-Mtianeti region, Georgia 

Wine Bar: Meidani Sq., Tbilisi


Chateau: 595 99 13 15/16

Wine Bar: 591 99 25 69





Chateau: 10:00 - 18:00

Wine Bar: 12:00 - 00:00