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  1. Georgia
  2. Tbilisi
  3. Bodbe Monastery of St. Nino

Kakheti Wine Region Private Tour

Product ID: 187572
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Spend a day in one of the most beautiful regions in Georgia. The very best wines come from Kakheti and almost three-quarters of the countries wine grapes are grown here.
About this activity
Duration 9 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
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Pickup included

At your accommodation in Tbilisi.
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Visit a wine cellar with more than 50,000 bottles of aged wine
  • See breathtaking views of the Alazani valley and mountains
  • Explore an ancient city developed in the 18th-century by King ErekleII
Full description
Visit a traditional Georgian wine cellar in Kakheti. Wine and brandy, chacha, is prepared according to the traditional Georgian standards and recipes. Your host will tell a real Georgian toast as you enjoy your drinks. Take a master class in baking Georgian bread, Puri. Learn how to bake it the traditional way, in a deep circular clay oven called a tone. 

At Pirosmanashvili Museum, learn the sad story of the world famous Georgian painter, Niko Pirosmanashvili, also known as Pirosmani. The museum was established in Pirosmani’s home village of Mirzaani in 1960 and includes his family home and an exhibition hall displaying some of his original works and personal belongings.

Explore the Monastery of St. Nino in Bodbe. it was originally was built in the 9th-Century and is one of the major pilgrimage sites in Georgia. It holds the tomb of ST. Nino, the Cappadocian maiden who converted Georgian people to Christianity as early as 337 AD. It has a breathtaking view of the Alazani valley and snowcapped Caucasus mountains. 

Continue to Sighnaghi, the City of Love. It is the prettiest town in Kaheti. Sighnagi was originally developed in the 18th-century by King Erekle II. The defensive walls and 28 towers were built to protect the city against a Lezgian invasion. There are wonderful views over the Alazani valley to the Caucasus beyond. Take a walk then have a traditional dinner with a workshop to learn how to cook traditional meals. Taste traditional candies of Churchkhela and Pelamushi. 
Includes
  • Professional guide
What’s Not Included
  • Admission ticket to the Museum of Pirosmanashvili, which is 5 GEL per person
  • Food or drink

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Important information
Know before you go
• Please contact us by email to arrange the pickup time from your accommodation

From US$ 215 Per group up to 3