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Chateau Zegaani, Zegaani

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Chateau Zegaani - is an estate, built in 1820, by the great political and cultural figure of the XIX century and the founder of Georgian viticulture and winemaking – Prince Alexander Chavchavadze. It is located at the main winemaking zone of Georgia- Kakheti region and represents an important historical, architectural and historiographical value in respect of studying development of winemaking in this area. Chateau Zegaani is also considered to be an evidence of influence of France on Georgian winemaking. The Estate was built by Alexander Chavchavadze on his return from France, in the image and likeness of French wine chateau of early XIX century.
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Chateau Zegaani reviews

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  • Superb place. One of the best wines. Beautiful Chateau!
  • Apparently it's not open for visits. Stay away. We drove 32km for nothing.
  • Really beautiful place. Restored from the ruins of the plant, invested a lot of soul, strength and money. Now one of the most beautiful wineries. Use only grapes grown in "their" fields. The wine is wonderful, unfortunately, there are few places to sell it. The price of wine is above average. Recently, tours of the plant and tastings are not carried out or are made only by prior arrangement. We were lucky...
  • This winery is really on the scale and beauty is not inferior to the French chateau. The tastings have not been held yet, but they gave us a tour of the castle, production and storage facilities. A very beautiful area. Already in the coming days they promised to open and tasting.
  • We drove 32 km from Sighnaghi specifically to this plant on September 13th. Not a friendly guard said that tourists are not allowed. They wanted to buy wine in a store at the factory, it turned out that the seller had left, although the time was around 16.00. They left like crazy. I think this attitude towards work and tourists is disgusting. I do not advise, so as not to spoil your mood.

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