JSC Sarajishvili (Georgian: სს „სარაჯიშვილი“) is one of the oldest manufacturers of liquor in Georgia. It was founded in 1884 by a Georgian aristocrat David Sarajishvili. After nationalization of the company by the communists, the name was changed to Tbilisi Cognac Factory. In 1994, the company was privatized.[4]

JSC Sarajishvili
Joint Stock Company
IndustryManufacturing and distillation of liquors
Founded1884; 136 years ago (1884) in Tbilisi, Georgia
FounderDavid Sarajishvili
Area served
Georgia, Europe, Asia
Key people
Elguja Bubuteishvili (CEO)
David Abzianidze (CTO)
ProductsCognac, Distilled liquor
RevenueIncrease28.6 million (2017)[1]
Increase3 million (2017)[1]
Total assetsIncrease62.2 million (2017)[1]
Total equityIncrease40.6 million (2017)[1]
OwnerBubuteishvili family
Number of employees
SubsidiariesSIA Sarajishvili Europe
Distribution Company Sarajishvili[3]

The company mainly specializes in production of high-quality brandy,[5] cognac and vodka, exporting the produce to cities such as Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Yerevan, Kiev, Warsaw, Baku, Riga, Vladikavkaz, Odessa, Feodosia, Petrovsk and Türkmenabat.[6]


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  2. ^ "JSC Sarajishvili - Georgia Manufacturer - HKTDC".
  3. ^ "DISTRIBUTION COMPANY SARAJISHVILI - Tbilisi, 3/1 Sarajishvili Ave".
  4. ^ "sarajishvili". sarajishvili.
  5. ^ "Tasting Notes: Sarajishvili X.O. Brandy, Georgian Republic". Wine Searcher.
  6. ^ "Sarajishvili Joint Stock Company: Private Company Information - Bloomberg".