Alita factory was established in 1963 in Alytus.
Alita is a first producer of particular alcoholic beverages in Lithuania – sparkling wines, brandies, cocktails, and other drinks.
Our pride is naturally fermented sparkling wines, produced using the traditional method (Methode Tradicionelle).
We are the only ones in Lithuania who can produce a strong grain drink – Moonshine, and we started the production of the first Lithuanian whiskey in 2017.
The products produced at the factory are exported to many countries around the world.
We are the only producer in Lithuania that has the right to produce Lithuanian grain drink – moonshine.
The first bottle was produced in 1963
First fruit wine
First sparkling wine
produced and iconic brand
Portfolio of 288 SKU
New beverage packaging was created according to the updated visual identity
It all started as a state-owned wine factory was established in Alytus city and produced its first bottle of fruit wine in 1963.
As years went by, the factory grew and the range of products expanded.
The year 1980 had great importance for the history of alcoholic beverages production in Lithuania. It was the year when Alita produced the first Lithuanian sparkling wine.
In 1980 Alita produced the first Lithuanian sparkling wine
in 1995 the state-owned company “ALITA” was registered into a joint-stock company.
in 2014 the group of companies Alita became a part of MV GROUP.
The beginning of the new phase was marked not only by investments in production technologies, product design updates, but also by new product categories.
The first non-alcoholic sparkling wine “Alita” was produced and the first Lithuanian whiskey was matured in barrels.
By following all the system requirements, we can ensure “Alita” produces safe and high-quality products, and production processes comply with environmental protection principles.
“Alita” is owned by beverage production company “MV GROUP Production“ along with “Stumbras”, “Anykščių vynas” and “Gubernija”.
“MV Group“ is one of the biggest corporate groups in the Baltic countries uniting alcoholic and other beverage production, wholesale, retail and logistics companies.