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The wine route leads us to Kakheti – the main wine producing province of Georgia. This program aims to give you eight days of Georgian wine tasting experience and to introduce you to the traditions, history and the attitude of Georgians to the wine they produce. Visit motherland of wine with abundance of endemic species. Meet local wine producers and learn about archaic wine making skills first mentioned in pre-Christian Greek and Roman historical annals. Local wine-makers will share their experience in wine nursing. Have a look at “Marani” - a special cellar for making wine and visit churches lavishly decorated with vine tree ornaments.
The reach land, burning sun and hard work have developed about 500 varieties of vine in Georgia. The history, culture and lifestyle of Georgians are embodied in Georgian wine. The Wine tour gives you an opportunity to experience such a life style.

 

Day 1: Arrival in Tbilisi / overnight Tbilisi
Day 2: Tbilisi sightseeing tour including visit of winery, wine tasting and wine shops / overnight Tbilisi
Day 3: Tbilisi –
 Sighnaghi – Telavi / overnight Telavi
Day 4: Telavi and surroundings sightseeing tour / overnight Telavi
Day 5: Telavi -
 David Gareja – Tbilisi /overnight Tbilisi
Day 6: Tbilisi – Mtskheta –
 Ananuri - Tbilisi /overnight Tbilisi
Day 7: Tbilisi – Gori – Tbilisi /overnight Tbilisi
Day 8: Departure

 

Highlights:
Wine producing region of
 Kakheti famous for its wine cellars; 18 th cc.  Sighnaghi Royal Town surrounded by the defensive wall; Nadgora - the cemetery   of   wine   pitchers; the Tsinandali Family Estate and wine cellar; vineyards; centenarian family wine cellars and the leading wine producers; David Gareja Monastery Complex, its refectory and wine cellar located on the very top of hill in arid area of Semi Desert; Old and New Tbilisi; the town of Mtskheta (UNESCO site); rock-cut town of Uplistsikhe (6th c BC) and its ancient wine   presses  carved  in  stone.
 

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