With more than 500 indigenous grape varieties, 8,000-year history and off-the-beaten-path wine styles, Georgia has emerged to become a wine destination for curious drinkers.
Georgia is known by many for its kvevri wines, which are fermented and sometimes aged in traditional clay vessels, often buried underground. These wines show a different flavour profile and interesting texture. With the intense desire to resurrect the country’s diverse natural heritage, Georgia is leading producers to plant more traditional varieties, many that had almost been forgotten.
Together with Georgian wine connect, we are bringing an exclusive wine tasting to you!