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Kakheti - Wine Region

By World Sightseeing Tour


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9h 30m
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  • Georgia is premier wine-producing area

  • Wine cellar with more than 50,000 bottles of aged wine

  • Ancient city developed in the18th century by King ErekleII.

  • One of the major pilgrimage sites in Georgia

  • Breathtaking view of the Alazani valley and mountains

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What's included, what's not

  • What's included

    Live commentary on board

  • What's included

    Professional guide

  • What's included

    Small-group tour

  • What's included

    All taxes, fees and handling charges

  • What's excluded

    Food and drinks, unless specified

  • What's excluded

    Admission ticket to house museum of Pirosmanashvili 5 GEL per person

Know Before You Book

  • Adult pricing applies to all travellers

  • Not wheelchair accessible

  • Please note that guided tours are run in both languages English and Russian.

What you can expect

Kakheti is the largest region of Georgia. It is one of the diverse regions, but it is also known to everyone, that Kakheti is the land of Grapes. The fifth part of vineyards in the nation belong to Kakheti, while grapes grown here amount to the half of the grape harvest in the country.
Archaological findings have suggested that wine has been produced here for several thousand years. Almost every village in Kaketi is well known for its own sort of wine, such as Kindzmarauli, Akhasheni, Teliani, Mukuzani. Wines are named after the places where they are produced.
As soon as you get close to Kakheti, on the way the smell of hot, freshly baked traditional Shoti . Shoti ( ocal special bread, kind of long pointed loaf) is traditionally baked in a deep circular clay oven called tone .
Signagi- city of love, is the heart of the most picturesque corner of Kakheti. In 2005-2008 Signagi underwent a fundamental rehabilitation programme. Infrastructure was changed, the streets renovated, buildings were given those centuries-old, historical, most pretty appearance .Here you can see several museums, namely, Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, which houses a unique collection of a self-educated artist, Niko Pirosmanishvili.
Sighnaghi has wonderful views on the Alazani valley and the Caucasus Mountains.
At 2 km away from Signagi is the nunnery of St.Nino and episcopal centre of Bodbe Eparchy. The monastery was built in the IV century on the tomb of St. Nino, who baptized Georgia. Bodbe is home to active monastic life.

Cleaning and safety practices

Enhanced cleanliness measures

  • High-touch surfaces cleaned and disinfected
  • Vehicles and venues cleaned with disinfectants
  • Vehicles and venues kept vacant between travellers

Social distancing

  • Social distancing measures in place
  • Protective shields in place at main contact areas

Safety measures

  • Personal protective equipment worn by staff
  • Temperature checks given to staff
  • Temperature checks available
  • Masks required
  • Masks provided
  • Hand sanitiser provided
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Activity Location

  • Kakheti Kakheti

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    • Office Tours&Tickets
    • Kote Abkhazi 44
    • Tbilisi Tbilisi 0105

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