Baia Abuladze became a Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree in 2019 in Europe. She is the founder of Baia's Wine. As the winery is family-based, she performs everyday tasks ranging from fieldwork to tourism management, winemaking processes, and even meetings with her partners worldwide. She works to increase and diversify their 15 export markets.
Baia's Wine is a family winery located in the western part of the country, Obcha Village. The winery was founded in 2015 by Baia.
Baia’s Wine is a small family winery in the village of Obcha, western Georgia. Baia and her family have been growing grapes and producing wine for over three generations, and they are proud to share their wine with the world, as wine has always been a significant tradition for the older generations of the family. Baia is 27 years old, and since 2015, she has been producing organic white wines.
Baia’s sister, Gvantsa, is currently pursuing a master's degree in agricultural science at university. She started making organic wine in 2015 and is now producing red wine from Otskhanusi Sapere and Aladasturi grapes. Giorgi is the youngest in the family and is studying enology at the same university as his big sister. All of the wine is made using grapes grown only on their own vineyards in Obcha. All the wines are aged in the family wine cellar. Three generations of the family work on the vineyard to deliver traditional organic Georgian wine.