Wine tourism

Wine tourism

Winemaking in Georgia dates all the way back to 8000 BC. The traditional Georgian winemaking technique, which uses a traditional clay vessel called a "kvevri", is a part of the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists. In western Georgia, Ajara has one of the longest lasting traditions of winemaking; Keda Municipality boasts the most well-developed wine culture. "Kedis Tsolikauri" and "Chkhaveri" are two wines produced in Georgia that are unique to Ajara.

- Wine cellars
- Wine shops
- Wine factories
- Tours and routes
- Sightseeing
- Where to stay
- Where to eat

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