• "Georgia uses methods of winemaking that you couldn’t invent in the modern world; you could only inherit them through the mists of time…"

    Oz Clarke, The History of Wine in 100 Bottles

  • "Georgia’s winemakers are the guardians of wine’s oldest traditions..."

    Andrew Jefford, wine writer, Financial Times

  • "A great Saperavi is shockingly good; no other words will do."

    Andrew Jefford, wine writer in Financial Times

  • "Wine is the Georgians’ poetry and their folklore, their religion and their daily bread."

    Alice Feiring

Latest Articles


Rising Stars In Travel: These 7 Countries Have Potential To Become Major Tourist Destinations In A Post-Covid World

May 31 2020

Though the global tourism industry struggles during the pandemic, several countries are prepared to welcome a boom of travelers once restrictions are lifted. Smaller nations such as Ethiopia, Georgia, and Tunisia offer pristine natural beauty, historic attractions, and rich cultural and cuisine explorations.

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Wine Enthusiast

Orange Wine is Trending for All the Right Reasons

May 28 2020

Age-old winemaking styles are being revived today as producers and consumers alike are enjoying ‘genre-expanding’ natural wines.

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Lonely Planet

Mountains, hiking and wine: Georgia aims to open to international tourism in July

May 27 2020

Georgia hopes to be recognized as a safe destination after the country’s apparent COVID-19 success, welcoming tourists in July. 2019 proved to be the nation’s peak of tourism at over nine million; the country reopens its borders to offer visitors the same sweeping sceneries and cultural richness.

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