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Georgia (Europe) the birthplace of wine.
Get ready for a food & wine adventure!
Taste unique natural wines as you meet the winemakers in small independent vineyards. Taste artisanal homemade foods & learn to cook traditional dishes, like khinkali. Enjoy all this with a backdrop of the beautiful Georgian countryside and visits to historic landmarks.
From half day wine discovery tours, to multi-day cross Georgia wine, food and culture adventures. Our scheduled tours typically host 2-7 guests. Our private tours host from 1 to 14 guests but we can accommodate any group size.
We can help you create the perfect Georgian Food and Wine adventure according to your groups needs.
* Meet the winemaker experiences
* Overnight stays in Georgia's wine country
* Traditional Georgian meal prepared fresh by local cooks
* Georgian Cooking Classes including Khachapuri, Khinkali, Tonis Puri (Shoti Bread), and Churchkhela
Tom organized a lovely weekend for us in wine country. We visited a bunch of places - some big wineries, some small, family wineries and a few historic landmarks. It was the perfect mix and gave us a great opportunity to explore some out-of-the-way places in Georgia. Everything went off without a hitch! I highly recommend booking Eat This! Tours to show you around.
Tom is warm, affable and a genuinely friendly guide whose love for Georgia (and Georgian food and wine!) is contagious. He is well-traveled and extremely knowledgeable, but he is also fun and laid back - so it feels like you’re sharing a meal with a good friend. Some of my best memories in Georgia involve eating, drinking and sharing stories with Tom. I highly recommend going on a food adventure with Eat This! Tours
Whether you are new to wine or a vinofile, Tommo and the Eat This! Team will design the perfect tour to introduce you to the wonders of Georgian wine. Skip the mass tours and experience the history and culture of Georgia like a local. You will visit family run wineries, learn to make Georgian delicacies, and wander through historical sites. Although I already knew a lot about Georgia, Tommo introduced me to some amazingly unique Georgian wines.