Apart from being the craddle of wine, Kakheti, the eastern region of Georgia surprises travelers with its wonderful mountains, natural parks with waterfalls, lakes surrounded by hills, Chateaus with endless vineyards, monasteries carved in caves and its hospitality like no other.
Kakheti has rich history, engraved in its landscape full of old castles, city walls, mansions and unique churches and incredible monastery complexes such as Davit Gareja, founded in the 6th century
The land of 8000 vintages still uses the traditional method of winemaking in clay pots called Qvevri, resulting in very unique flavored wines. The art of Qvevri wine making is a UNESCO heritage. Kakheti is a great place for wine-lovers to discover natural endemic types of wines and enjoy breathtaking views on Caucasus Mountains and Alazani Valley.
Telavi – Located in the heart of kakheti, Telavi acts as the regional centre and not only, it is one of the ancient cities in Georgia, overlooking beautiful river valleys and is full of historical monastries and astonishing views on great Caucasus mountain peaks.
Telavi is also Georgia’s Winemaking Capital that has remained all the traditions on Georgian viticulture. Best time to visit Telavi is during Autumn, when vineyards turn amber gold and wine lovers enjoy beautiful vintage season.
Sighnaghi – the City of Love is Georgia’s most attractive small town. Its significant history and culture, original Georgian nouveau woodwork balconies and romantic cobblestone streets make a perfect getaway from everyday life.
Stunning views on Alazani Valley and Caucasus Mountains makes this place a dreamlike destination: Enjoying finest wines of Kakheti with endless horizons of Georgia