This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Kakheti, Georgia
the first destination will be some 40 mins far from town Tbilisi. tourists will visit KTW wine company. where they will sample a few kinds of alcohols, including brandy.
Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking preserves the ancient Georgian wine-making traditions, combining them with modern technologies to offer exceptional wines, stunning and storied heritage to visitors.
Duration: 40 minutes
Stop At: Bodbe Monastery of St. Nino, Signagi Georgia
The monastery of St. Nino is located in the village of Bodbe, in the Signagi region, Kakheti. The territory of the monastery is decorated with flower beds and bushes, vineyards and a healing spring. The history of the monastery is closely connected with the adoption of Christianity.
nunnery features breathetaking view over the fertile valleys and looks out of great Caucasus mountains
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Sighnaghi, Georgia
Sighnaghi is the prettiest town in Kakheti, which has undergone a fundamental reconstruction program and has become an important center of Georgia's tourist industry. While Sighnaghi itself requires just a day or so for sightseeing, it is probably the best base for exploring the region through day trips
Sighnaghi is the place to take in the view of the mountains, drink homemade wine, and enjoy delicious Kakhetian food in one of the many restaurants.
Duration: 40 minutes
Stop At: Numisi, Kvareli-Mukuzani, Velistsikhe 0199 Georgia
after the city of love, tourists will visit Georgian family winemakers and will get detailed information about traditional winemaking methods which is UNESCO's word heritage intangible site.
tourist will be able to take part in the preparation of Georgian traditional food, such is khachapuri, pork barbecue, Georgian bread and traditional sweetness churchkhela
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Kvareli Wine Cave • ყვარლის გვირაბი, Kvareli, Georgia
the last destination will be Kvareli Gvirabi which is Georgia’s largest wine cellar – 7.7 km of tunnels and galleries that maintain a constant temperature of 12-14 degrees C and 70% relative humidity all year round – perfect storage conditions for wine.
Originally built for military purposes during the Cold War, the tunnels (gvirabi) were purchased by the Winery Khareba who restored them and use them to store and age about 25,000 bottles of its wine.
The complex consists of two main tunnels linked by 13 smaller galleries 500 meters long.
Duration: 1 hour