Learning about wine making and wine storage. Old cold war tunnels. Nice garden and scenery. Excellent tasting. If you like dry wines, the trad clay pot wines, "kvevkri" are ideal. Sure choice.
Interesting, though a little too short, experience to see a rich man’s cave full of wine! The temperature inside the cave is naturally cooled, even during the hot summer months. Avoid going into the cave at same time with large tour groups, else it might get noisy.
It's so far and the tour is short! Not so worth it! Free taste depends on tour package 😂 Here's the price list for your reference xD
It is like a museum more than a winery. If you are looking for a professional winery, it should not a good choice. It is like a tourist check point. We want to look for more wine-ly winery than this one. But if you wanna know more about georgian wine culture, it is a best place. Tour guide are good in english and you can feel free to ask.
Too turistic. It was interesting but it was a bit dissapointing. We were expecting to see the corridors and caves where the wine is cured. Understably it wasn't possible because it could interfere with the process but the publicity makes you believe that you are seeing this tunnels. You only go through a small part, the wine tasting is very good and the wine excellent. But I will recommend to visit smaller and more familliar wineries.