Explore Kakheti (mother of wine) -Beating heart of Caucasus - in Tbilisi - LikeALocal Guide

Explore Kakheti (mother of wine) -Beating heart of Caucasus


30 EUR

Traverse the scenic Kakheti region, visit the Georgian Orthodox Monastery of St. Nino at Bodbe, Signaghi (city of love), Signaghi wall (dating back to 17th century).

Duration: 8 hours
    Available in
  • English,
  • Russian
Tour by Nana

I am a local guide and an English teacher. I like travelling, meeting people from different countries, making new friends, introducing them to my country's history, culture and cuisine. I like studying languages, so far I have learnt Georgian, Russian, English and Turkish. I can drive a car and most of the time I organize tours where I am the main driver but if the group is big then we hire a car. I have been organizing tours since 2013. My goal for my guests is to help them to experience my country, not just see it. And so far I have had satisfied and grateful guests, that makes me happier even more than them.

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  • Kakheti-Eastern part of Georgia
  • Signaghi,Orthodox Monastery of St. Nino at Bodbe, Wall
  • Wine, bread, cheese, churchkhela

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Traverse the scenic Kakheti region, find out how traditional Georgian bread is made and participate in baking if you wish.
Visit the Georgian Orthodox Monastery of St. Nino at Bodbe and enjoy amazing views over the Alazani valley during this tour.
Visit Sighnaghi - the City of love and its famous great wall (17th century) .
Of course, the highlight of this tour will be wine tasting at one of the best wineries of Kakheti region.
You will have the opportunity to find out about kvevris -wine making vessels.
In Georgia, kvevris were used as early as 8 000 years ago and this tradition survives to this day.

In 2013, UNESCO added the traditional Georgian method of making wine in kvevris to its list of intangible cultural heritage, sending a message to the entire world that wine is a component part of centuries-old Georgian culture.

Notably, when a kvevri is buried in the ground, the temperature inside is maintained at perfect 130 -150 C needed for fermentation.

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