• Location: Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Duration: 9 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 69.00 View price calendar

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Explore Georgia’s wine making heritage on this private full-day wine tour to Kakheti from Tbilisi. Delve deep into the Kakheti region — where ancient vineyards flourish in the fertile soils — with a private guide. Along the way, take in top attractions including 11th-century Alaverdi Cathedral and the Gremi Fortress. Visit local wineries and cellar-tunnels nestled beneath the imposing Great Caucasus Mountains, and sample some of the fine wines for which the region is famous. Explore local markets in Telavi, and enjoy fine views over the Alazani Valley.


  • Private full-day Kakheti wine tour from Tbilisi
  • Head into the fertile Kakheti winemaking region with a private guide
  • Discover top attractions such as Alaverdi Cathedral and the Gremi Fortress
  • Visit wineries and cellar-tunnels around the Great Caucasus Mountains
  • Taste some of the wines produced in the region
  • Explore the markets of Telavi
  • Tour includes pickup and drop-off from your Tbilisi hotel

What You Can Expect

Full-Day Private Wine Tour To Kakheti from Tbilisi

Wine tunnels under Great Caucasus

Customer Reviews

Norman B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

Amazing experience, i had a driver and tour guide who were absolutely wonderful. The Georgian countryside is on the most beautiful and the wines were delicious. I had the opportunity to stop and interact with the locals and even explored small church ruins. I rank this among my best wine tours. Thanks

william b

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

very enjoyable

Shelley C

3 star rating: Worth doing October 2017

This was a wonderful area to visit and I'm glad I went, however absolutely nothing was included in this price. We paid admission fees to everything and even the wine tasting, if you wanted more than 2 different kinds was not free. The wineries were definitely for tourists and especially because we went during the grape harvest, I would like to have seen some of the smaller operations. Georgia has not been in the wine tour business for long, so I imagine these will improve. The restaurant we went to for lunch was very, very good and we stopped at some ruins that I loved. The guide was just OK and honestly did not give us anything more than if we had done this ourselves.

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