Round logo of a DADI wine bar and shop 4 Shalva Dadiani Str., Tbilisi, Georgia
Dina Ramazanova, a co-founder of DADI wine bar and shop, standing at the bar's entrance with a glass of Georgian orange wine

A wine and food

EXPERIENCE

at DADI

Welcome to DADI wine bar and shop – a place to discover and drink natural wine, enjoy modern cuisine with a Georgian twist, hang out with friends or just relax after roaming around the town.

We love unconventional wines with character behind the bottle and we are happy to share our love with you. In our wine list, you will find carefully selected organic and biodynamic wines from small artisan wineries from all over Georgia. Wines that are made with minimal intervention and maximum love.

Indulge your taste buds even more with a selection of small plates to savor with your wine. Or enjoy “a proper meal” from our seasonal a-la-cart menu. And yes, we do serve delicious breakfast and believe it goes extremely well with a glass of wine. All dishes are cooked to order from the local produce.

Come and join us for wine and food experience. Or stop by to grab a take-away bottle of wine. It is always wine o’clock at DADI.

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Dina Ramazanova & Sasha Novikov, founders of DADI wine bar & shop in Tbilisi
Founders, Dina Ramazanova & Sasha Novikov

“We are more than just a wine bar”

DADI is a place to explore Georgian natural wines and learn the philosophy behind them. We always choose quality over quantity or a brand name. Our wine list is rather small, but you will find there handcrafted wines from yet undiscovered small artisan wineries who practice biodynamic and organic wine-growing tradition. By showcasing them at DADI we help Georgian wine to evolve and be rediscovered by the world.

Sasha Novikov

“We didn’t know what to expect when we came to Georgia”

It was Sasha’s idea to come. I had nothing holding me back in Moscow, and we felt Tbilisi was the right place for us to open our wine bar. We didn’t know what to expect, but the wine community was very helpful and welcoming. Especially older people. They were thankful we were promoting and selling their wine. Soon a country where we came for business turned into our true home.

Dina Ramazanova
Wine corks, a bottle and a glass of natural orange wine on a bar wooden table
It is always wine o’clock at DADI