4-Day Georgian Cuisine & Wine Tour
Experience the Finest of Tbilisi & Sighnaghi's
Food & Wine Culture
Experience the delectable cuisine of the Georgian culture
The tour starts with an authentic Georgian meal at one of the oldest restaurants in the city of Tbilisi, while your experienced guide tells you about the history and specifics of Georgian cuisine, and offers tips on how to eat like a local.
Wine and dine at a variety of eateries hidden in the charming back streets in the heart of the city. These areas offer contrasting sights of former splendour against modern architecture, amidst an authentic Tbilisi vibe!
Sample a walnut-spinach paste starter (Pkhali), a beet and sour plum salad or chicken in garlic and cream sauce, while listening to stories about the neighborhood, Tbilisi's history, and modern day life.
Georgian cuisine is not complete without its wines so together with delectable food, you'll be tasting selected natural wines of Georgia produced in the ancient Qvevri method, as well as Chacha - a strong local spirit, that Georgians call 'liquid happiness'!
28 - 31 July 2023 A guided tour by Kirsten Fugard - Tbilisi (the capital city) & Sighnaghi (the 'City of Love')
2 Days in Tbilisi, walking and experiencing Georgian Food & Wine.
2 Days in Sighnaghi in the Kakheti region (109kms by bus to the city), also know as The Cradle of Wine - Visit historic wine cellars still producing wine in the centuries old Georgian tradition and feast at traditional Georgian restaurants, with spectacular views of the Caucasus Mountains.
Couple sharing (Double room)
Prices include all accommodation, meals, wine and transport by private Sprinter bus
The Old City, Tbilisi
Sighnaghi, The City of Love - (Pronounced Sig-naa-gee)
We spend the first 2 days walking the cobblestone
streets in the Old City of Tbilisi becoming familiar
with the Georgian way of life and the variety of
famous Georgian dishes on offer in the cities local
From Tbilisi we make our way through the famous
winelands region of Kakheti to the wine mecca of
Sighnagi, also know as the City of Love.
Kakheti is know as the Cradle of Wine, due to
evidence of wine production clay pots dating back
more than 8000 years. We visit several of the best
wine producing farms and learn about the traditional
underground ancient Georgian Qvevri wine-making
Accommodation: 3 Star Guest Houses (B&B), Home Stays, Private en-suite bathrooms
English speaking Guide (Kirsten Fugard)
Transport in air-conditioned Sprinter bus
3 Nights B&B Home Stay/Guest House Accommodation
Three extensive meals a day
All alcoholic beverages
Refreshments: soft drinks, water in the bus
Accommodation & travel expenses before and after the tour