Aladasturi is a native variety from West Georgia. Before the arrival of the American fungal diseases and of Phylloxera, Aladasturi was wide spread within the Guria province and in Lower Imereti. Aladasturi is included in the official list of grapevine varieties recommended for cultivation in Western Georgia. The mature leaf is large, pentagonal, five lobed or almost entire. The lower leaf side is covered with felt hairs. The bunch is medium size and large (200g), cylindrical or cylindrical–conical and medium dense. The berry is medium size, ovate or oblong, rounded at the end and dark blue. The time of ripening is in the third ten days of October. Aladasturi is a high yield variety (8.0-9.5 t/ha). The variety has low resistance to Oidium and sufficient resistance to Mildew. The juice contains 19.0 % of sugar and 8.5 g/l of Total acidity. Aladasturi table wine is light, harmonious, with 10% alcohol. The grape is good for fresh consumption and it can be stored for a long time.