Nothing tells you more about the spirit and culture of a country than its native food and wine. And Georgia’s food and wine is amongst the best in the world. It may surprise you to know that Georgia has the oldest continuous unbroken tradition of wine making in the world, stretching back over 8,000 years and today, there are more than 500 indigenous grape varieties still cultivated here. A quick look at its geographical position and its landscape shows you why it is the perfect place to grow grapes.Georgian cuisine offers a variety of dishes, with liberal use of various tasty herbs and spices. Each historical province of Georgia has its own distinct culinary tradition, such as Megrelian, Kakhetian, and Imeretian cuisines. And while meat plays an important part in Georgian cuisine, very close attention is also paid to the locally produced salads, vegetables, fruit and greens. Many people come to Georgia and marvel at the sweet tasting produce and wonder how such flavour can be grown here. Again, the secret is in our history, location and soil type. A visit to Georgia is a true feast – let us show you how to eat and drink your way around Georgia.
Georgian cuisine offers a variety of dishes, high in herbs and spices, and a mix of vegetarian and meat dishes: organic fresh meats like pork or lamb, chicken or fish, hazelnuts and walnuts, various sorts of cheese, pickles and pungent seasonings; eggplants, plums, corn, pomegranates, kidney beans, wild herbs, coriander, scallions, hot peppers, mint, basil, garlic and much, much more fill homes and restaurants all around the country every day.
Wine was born here
Day 1. Arrivel in Tbilisi, Drive to Kakheti Region, Overnight Telavi "Chateau Mere"
Day 2. Telavi Sightseeings, Tsinandali winery tasting 7 kinds of wine, Alaverdi Monastery wine cellar,
Dinner and wine tasting at Chateau “Mere”,Dinner plan: Cutting pork in pieces, spit the pieces and
roast on fine from vine trees; Distributing the wine from special wine cellar "Churi" and tasting it at
the place; Drinking as much wine as you can. Overnight Telavi
Day 3. Drive to Kvareli, Gremi Monastery, Nekresi Complex, winery Khareba's unique wine cellar, Complex
Royal Batony - wine tasting, relaxation on the lake, Overnight Telavi
Day 4. Drive to Signagi town, Bodbe st. Nino Monastery, winery Pheasant's tears - wine tasting, Overnight
Day 5. Tbilisi sightseeing tour, drive to ancient town Mtskheta - sightseeing tour, Overnight Tbilisi.
Day 6. Drive to Kazbegi, Anannuri fortress, Military Highway, Kazbegi (Stepantsminda) village, Gergeti St.
Ttrinity Church, Dariali Gorge, testing Georgian Khinkali and Chacha, Overnight Tbilisi.
Day 7. Drive to Gori, Stalin's museum, Uplistsikhe cave town, final traditional Georgian "Supra" with
tostmaster "Tamada" Overnight Tbilisi.
Day 8. Departure