This is a unique Georgia trip for wine lovers. You explore Georgia on the traces of
its enormously diverse cuisine and its over 8'000 years old wine culture.
You will get to know outstanding wine producers and their natural wines made in
Night tour in Tbilisi
The main sights of the city are clustered in the Old Tbilisi district. This area is well-
known for its sulfur bathhouses fed by natural hot springs.
Nearby on Shardeni Street you will find plenty of modern, popular restaurants,
open air café-bars, trendy night clubs and art galleries.
Tour in Sighnaghi “city of love” , Bodbe
Proceed to Signagi – a rare example of historic city and town-fortress which kept
its style during the centuries with open traditional balconies, unique fortress with
churches and towers built in it and narrow beautiful streets to walk along. Signagi,
also known as "a city of love", overlooks the Alazani valley and opens to visitors
the magnificent views of the Great Caucasus Range. The other important site to
visit here is the Monastery of Bodbe the final resting place of Saint Nino,
"Enlightener of Georgians".
Tour Telavi, Tsinandali
Tour in Tsinandali. Tsinandali Estate is the cradle of classical winemaking of
Georgia, the place where Georgian wine was first bottled. The Tsinandali
estate is encircled with well-maintained gardens and rare tress not found
elsewhere in Georgia. The house itself has been converted into a museum
honoring the poet, Alexander Chavchavadze. Behind the museum, there is the
famous Tsinandali winery where we can stop and have a lunch and wine tasting
in the oldest Enoteca. We will walk through the garden where the rarest plants
of Georgia are exhibited.
Visiting Telavi City Here we will visit King Erekle II fortress. Batonis Tsikhe”
(fortress of master) in Telavi is considered to be the best preserved medieval
royal palace in Georgia. Built by King Archil in 1667-1675, it was
the residence of Kakhetian kings during the 17th and 18th centuries. The site
was expanded in the second half of the 18th century by King Erekle II.
Tour Telavi, Nafareuli, Kvareli
The small, pretty town of Kvareli is located 150 kilometers from Tbilisi, and is
both an interesting place for a day trip, and the starting point for a longer tour
throughout Kakheti. Wine lovers, nature fans, and history connoisseurs will all find
something for themselves here! Wine is the blood of Kakheti and of Georgia, and
Kvareli is an important vessel.
Tour Mtskheta-Chateau Mukhrani
Mtskheta the ancient capital of Georgia is the important religious centre and a
museum city that is on the list of the world sights of UNESCO. It is situated at the
convergence of the Mtkvari and Aragvi Rivers. There are a number of very
significant archaeological and religious monuments in and around the town, the
most significant among which are: Svetitskhoveli (11th c.)-a grandiose cathedral of
cross-dome design, known as the burial site of Christ's mantle. Jvari Monastery
(6th c.)-standing on the rocky mountaintop, with its architectural forms and
decorative elements, Jvari is harmoniously connected with the landscape and
Visit to Chateau Mukhrani, founded in the late 19th century by Prince Ivane
Mukhranbatoni, the Château Mukhrani is a winery and castle located in Mukhrani
village, just outside of Tbilisi.
Since 2007, Château Mukhrani has once again been producing wine harvested in
its own vineyards. Today, visitors can tour the restored castle, gardens and wine
cellar; sample Mukhrani wines and Georgian cuisine; and try their hand at
traditional bread baking, churchkhela making or chacha distillation.
Tour Tbilisi, Saguramo
visit Guramishvili’s Marani (Wine cellar),. High technology equipped grape
reprocessing store, degustation hall and other items of infrastructure in the
surrounding area of the cellar with oldest items of the Georgian cultural heritage
are very interesting for the visitors.
Tbilisi, Free day for shopping
Transfer to airport
Tour package includes:
Accommodation based on double/twin room B/B (3*,4*5* hotels optionally)
Sightseeing tour program with English speaking guide;
Entrance tickets to sights as per itinerary;
Meals as per itinerary;
Wine tastings as per itinerary;
Mineral water (0.5 l per person a day).
Professional guide service
All transfer during the trip
Strong alcoholic drinks (except for wine tasting listed on the tour)