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Top Wines: 2024 Wine Expo Georgia (Tbilisi), June 7th to 9th

Wine Expo Georgia is the biggest wine trade show in Georgia (country). In 2024 it ran from Friday, June 7th to Sunday, June 9th. Over 140 producers were represented.

I managed to taste 336 wines (including 1 mead) + 1 brandy, from 101 producers.

The majority were rated “good” or “acceptable”. And by this, I mean wines that we can objectively say to have merit and enjoyable characteristics that make them successful.

I should be clear, that “good” really is good enough. These are wines you’d enjoy drinking. Getting a higher rating than “good” means producing a wine that stands out against all other wines tasted (above average), with better balance and relevant characteristics.

Some were rated “poor” or “faulty”. These are wines that would not be recommended at all (poor wines) or had suffered from wine faults such as volatile acidity, TCA (cork taint), volatile sulfur compounds, etc. at a level to make the wines unpalatable.

Though I try to be as objective as possible in these assessments, some things should be taken into account:

  • Blind tasting was not possible so small biases may exist inadvertently.
  • The tasting environment of a busy event is not ideal and some factors affect the tasting:
    • Environmental odors – from people walking around with coffee to strong perfume, etc. In addition, surrounded by trees, BBQ (mtsvadi) smoke occasionally billowing past.
    • Full rinsing of glasses between every tasting was impractical, though we tried as best as possible.
  • It was hot, and some wines couldn’t be served at the correct temperature, but I tried to account for this.
  • I normally say “Let me taste your best 2 or 3”, rather than “hey, I like saperavi”, so a disproportionate number of better wines tasted, typically.

We only tasted a fraction of what was on offer. Some notes on that:

  • Some winemakers were at festivals in May/June (Including Zero Compromise | New Wine Festival & Wyndham | Merano Festival at Chateau Mukhrani). So I did not repeat these. This means that some great winemakers who made those lists like Solomone, Baia’s wines etc. didn’t get tasted.
  • I tried to balance between small, medium, and large producers.
  • I did not taste every wine from each vendor we tried.
  • There were well over 1000 wines available. I am only one human. Lol. 336 was a pretty good tally!

So, I definitely will have missed some excellent wines. But from what we did taste, I hope you will enjoy discovering some of the below which I gave upper category ratings.

Important Notes On The Official Release Of Award Winning Wines By Expo

An international panel of wine experts, led by MW Tim Atkin, rated a submitted selection of wines. The full awards list was posted on the Wine Expo Facebook page, and I have also included that full list below my list.

If you are not familiar with how the awards are set up, here are some notes that may interest you.

  • As with previous years only wines that wineries pay to submit for judging are included in the panel. So the judging pool is made from wines that wineries believe have the best chance of an award.
  • The panel is a wide selection of sommeliers, enologists and other wine experts from Georgia but also many international judges. Headed by MW Tim Atkin (UK).
  • As multiple smaller wineries have told me, they don’t have the budget to submit numerous wines for assessment. Some small winemakers, who I did rate some of their wines highly in my scoring below, actually told me they submitted no wines this year at all.
  • Award criteria this year as I know was 85-89 bronze, 90-94 silver, and 95-100 gold.
  • There were a lot of wines I didn’t get to taste at all that won awards. There were a lot of wines I tasted that I know were not submitted.
  • Thanks to the judges for their work and insights! As always, they are doing a stellar job!

My Rating System

Ratings are based on Balance / Length / Intensity / Complexity and Style (ie. how they fit within the category of the style/intention of the wine). A “very good” rating would be made when 3 to 4 of these criteria have been met successfully. Some consideration is given to young wines that have the potential to arrive at this level in an expected timeframe of aging.

I’m offering a simple statement of wines I consider above average, not giving a score out of 100.

There are many more wine festivals coming soon, and we intend to publish our favorites for those too. Supernatural is on Saturday June 29th. The Gurian wine festival is also the same day :-( 

Wine Expo Georgia, Tbilisi (Fri June 7th to Sun June 9th, 2024)

336 tastings, from 101 wineries.

In order of which I did the tastings, not in order of preference. 

Most wines below achieved “very good” or better. But I’ve also included a few that were on the cusp from good to very good and also deserved a mention. Note my “personal top picks” were based on a more subjective bias of wine styles I love. But everything on the list in general I’ve rated as objectively as possible.

  1. Eno One – Alexandrouli Dry 2022
  2. Wine One – Kisi Qvevri Dry 2019
  3. Summery
    1. Goruli Mtsvane Dry 2023
    2. Chinuri Dry Pet-Nat 2023
  4. Blue Donkey (Simoneti)
    1. Kakhuri Mtsvane Dry Pet-Nat 2022
    2. Saperavi Dry Pet-Nat 2023 – Personal Top Pick
  5. Simoneti
    1. Rkatsiteli Qvevri Dry 2021
    2. Otskhanuri Sapere Dry 2021 (12 month oak)
    3. Saperavi Dry 2021 (12 month oak)
  6. Vardiashvili – Saperavi Qvevri Dry 2022
  7. Binekhi – Saperavi Dry 2017 (3 month oak) (note: previously rated by me as awesome, Otskhanuri Sapere 2020, not retasted this year, but an award winner from the panel)
  8. Lomiskareli
    1. Khikhvi Dry White 2022
    2. Pinot Blanc Dry White 2023
    3. Pinot Noir Dry Red 2022
    4. Mukhuzani 2021
  9. Chateau Buera (I tasted some alternate wines this time compared to at Merano festival)
    1. Tsitska (50%) / Chinuri Traditional Champagne Method Brut 2020
    2. Khikhvi Qvevri 2022
  10. Mosavali – Chinuri White Dry 2019
  11. Georgian Wine House – Saperavi (Zegaani) Red Dry 2018
  12. Sun Wine – Saperavi Qvevri Dry 2021
  13. Shumi – Saperavi Kvareli Qvevri Dry 2022 (I tasted many wines from them at previous shows as well, did not retaste)
  14. Mildiani
    1. Khikhvi Qvevri Dry 2018
    2. Rkatsiteli Qvevri Reserve Dry 2018 (oak)
  15. Giuaani (also tasted many in the past, did not retaste same ones). An amazing winery we almost always visit on this Signagi tour.
    1. Mtsvane Pet Nat 2023
    2. Mtsvane Qvevri 2014 – Personal Top Pick
  16. Ancient Valley (again, tasted many before at previous events, not retasted)
    1. Tvishi (Tsolikouri) Semi-Sweet 2023
    2. Saperavi 2023 (6 months oak)
    3. Alexandrouli 2020 (12 months oak)
    4. Kindzmarauli 2023
  17. Tibaneli
    1. Tibaani (Rkatsiteli) Dry Qvevri 2021
  18. Iqve
    1. Shavkapito-Tavkveri Qvevri Dry 2023
    2. Budeshuri Saperavi Qvevri Dry 2023
  19. Archil’s Wine
    1. Rkatsiteli Dry 2019 (6 month oak)
    2. Cabernet Sauvignon (50%) / Saperavi 2019 (6 month oak)
  20. Iotami – Saperavi Qvevri Dry 2023
  21. K’Home
    1. Mtsvane Qvevri 2021
    2. Rkatsiteli Qvevri 2021
    3. Rkatsiteli Qvevri 2022
    4. Mukhuzani Qvevri 2022 (oak)
  22. Orkoli – Otskhanuri Sapere Qvevri 2023
  23. Grande Alberone (Italy) – Platinum Collection Zinfandel 2021 
  24. Siame – Mtsvane White Dry 2022
  25. Ateni Terraces – Goruli Mtsvane White Dry 2022
  26. Sister’s Wine – Tsarapi (Rkatsiteli) Qvevri Dry 2017 (also highly rated their Mtsvane, tasted previously)
  27. Dimitri’s Wine – Khashmi Saperavi 2022
  28. Blue Tie Wines – Rkatsiteli White Dry 2023
  29. Gavazi Estate – Saperavi Qvevri 2023
  30. Gonadze
    1. Alexandrouli Dry 2022
    2. Mujuretuli 2022
    3. Racha (Alexandrouli + Mujeretuli) Dry 2021
    4. Kvanchkara Semi Sweet 2023
  31. Dolidze
    1. Krakhuna White Dry 2023
    2. Tsolikouri White Dry 2023
    3. Chakveri 2020
    4. Krakhuna White Dry 2021
  32. Chelti
    1. Tsinandali 2023
    2. Saperavi Rosé 2023
    3. Khikhvi Qvevri 2022 – Personal Top Pick
    4. Saperavi Anniversary Semi-Dry 2016
    5. Saperavi Qvevri 2017 (12 month oak) – Personal Top Pick (Note: This wine made my list last year too, this year it won best in show, last year no award. No idea if it was submitted last year, but it has improved with 1 year more in the bottle)
  33. Vazisubani Estate
    1. “3 Qvevris” Mtsvane / Kisi / Khikhvi 2022
    2. Kisi Qvevri 2021
    3. “9 Bunches” Kisi 40% / Mtsvane 25% / Khikhvi 20% / Rkatsiteli 5% White Dry 2022
  34. Royal Kvanchkara – Alexandrouli Dry 2018 (oak)
  35. Svanidze
    1. Kisi / Mtsvane White Dry 2020 (oak)
    2. Mukhuazni 2020 (oak)
  36. Shabo (Ukraine)
    1. Pinot Grigio 2020
    2. Telti Kuruk White Dry 2020 (oak) – Personal Top Pick
    3. Chardonnay 2015
    4. Chardonnay / Reisling / Pinot Blanc Non-Vintage (Champagne Method)
    5. Brandy 2004
  37. Rero – Otskhanuri Sapere Qvevri Dry 2022
  38. Traditsiuli
    1. Kisi Qvevri 2021
    2. Khikhvi Qvevri 2019
  39. Kakhelebi – Saperavi Premium 2018
  40. Chaleli
    1. Chinuri (50%) / Goruli Mtsvane White Dry 2023
    2. Sauvignon Blanc White Semi-Dry 2023
  41. Agidela
    1. Sauvignon Blanc 2023 – Personal Top Pick
  42. Kite Sas – Saperavi 2022
  43. George Grey Winery
    1. “Green” Kisi Semi-Sweet 2020 (Amber wine + Saperavi skin pigment + grape juice concentrate)
    2. “Blue” Tsinandali Sweet 2022 (Tsinandali + Saperavi skin pigment + grape juice concentrate)
  44. 39 Qvevri
    1. Rkatsiteli Qvevri 2019
    2. Saperavi Qvevri 2022
  45. Bolero
    1. Tsinandali Sabado 2023
    2. Rkatsiteli Qvevri 2022
  46. Obcha
    1. Krakhuna Qvevri 2020
  47. Dzmebis Marani – Aladasturi (60%) / Saperavi (40%) 2023 (both grapes grown in Bolnisi area, very interesting experiment!)
  48. Parvus Cellar
    1. Rachuli Tetra Qvevri 2021
    2. Rachuli Tetra Qvevri 2020
    3. Alexandrouli Qvevri 2020
  49. Tiko Estate
    1. Rkatsiteli White Dry 2022 (9 month oak)
    2. Saperavi Red Dry 2020 (12 month oak)
    3. Saperavi Select Berries Red Dry 2020 (15 month oak)
  50. Shalvino (Shalva Gvaramadze)
    1. Saperavi Reserve 2018
    2. Saperavi Reserve 2019
  51. Tsereteli Winery
    1. Kvanchkara Semi-Sweet 2019
    2. Rkatsiteli Qvevri 2018
  52. Wine is Love
    1. Rkatsiteli White Dry 2023
    2. Chardonnay / Sauvignon Blanc 2023
  53. Crush 525 – Saperavi Qvevri 2022
  54. Avantdil – Tsarapi (Rkatsiteli Qvevri) 2022
  55. Armazi
    1. Rkatsiteli Qvevri 2021
    2. Khikhvi Qvevri 2022
  56. Zodi (tasted and rated previously for some wines not listed here, like Tsolikouri 2023 – Bronze) – they won 3 bronze and 1 silver at Expo, but there name is missing from the official awards list.
    1. Dzelshavi Rosé 2022
    2. Tsitska White Dry 2023 – Silver
    3. Dzelshavi Red Semi-Sweet 2023
  57. Mgaloblishvili (they told me they submitted no wines to the panel, they should have!)
    1. Rkatsiteli White Dry (Batonnage) 2022
    2. Saperavi Kvareli Red Dry 2022
    3. Saperavi Red Dry 2022 (12 month oak) – Personal Top Pick
  58. Khareba – Saperavi Red Dry 2017 (12 month oak)
  59. Chateau Nekresi – Mukhuzani 2021 (6 month oak)

 

111 wines, from 59 wineries in the upper category! 

Thanks to The Amazing Winemakers!

Congratulations to all the amazing wineries that made it into our upper category ratings. As well as all the other amazing winemakers who continue to make the Georgian wine scene one of the most exciting and diverse in the world!

 Georgian Wine Crash Course & Tasting Cheat Sheet / Guide
Featured Image

List of Winners from the Wine Expo 2024 Tasting Panel

Headed by Tim Atkin MW. This is the full official list posted from their Facebook page.

Bronze

White Dry

Tiflisi Marani – Tsolikauri 2023

Marnis Mze – Rkatsiteli Aged In Oak 2022

Winery Chelti – Kisi 2023

Ancient Valley – Tsolikauri 2021

Mildiani Family Winery – Tsinandali Reserve 2020

Vinitor Mukuzani Traditional Winery – Khikhvi 2023

Geo Cube 2010 – Rkatsiteli Classic 2023

Pirveli Winery – Khikhvi1 2022

Terra Kisi Wines – Krakhuna Tsitska 2023

Winery Chelti – Chelti White Aged In Oak 2022

Anbani – Tsolikauri 2023

Chateau Svanidze – Mukuzani 2020

Chateau Svanidze – Saperavi Aged In Oak 2018

Irakli Getsadze – Chinuri 2023

Georgian Wine House – Goruli Mtsvane 2022

Lopota – Rkatsiteli Reserve 2020

Marniskari – Rkatsitel! 2021

Orona – Tsinandali 2023

Corporation Georgian Wine – Tsinandali 2022

Ancient Valley – Gvino Rachulad 2021

Chaleli – Sauvignon Blanc 2023

Beridzeta Marani Zesofel i- Khekhvi 2023

Gumbati – Bostogana Rkatsiteli 2022

White Dry Qvevri

Giga Chigladze – Kvishkhuri 2023

Giga Chigladze – Tsolikouri 2023

Tiflest Marani- Rkatsiteli Qvevri 2022

Wine Cellar Aragvele- Chine 2023

Iqve Winery – Chinebuli 2023

Iqve Winery – Manavis Misvane 2023

Avtandil Iromashvili – Tsaraphe 2022

Pirveli Winery – Khikhvi 2022

Dato Chikhladzes Marani – Mtsvivani 2023

Tiflisi Marani Kise Khikhvi Qvevri 2023

Armazi Winery – Khikhvi 2022

6000 B.C – Mtsvane Qvevri 2021

Khashmi Hills – Mtsvane. 2022

Vardiashvili Family Wine – Rkatsiteli 2022

Dato Chikhladzes Marani- Kakhuri Mtsvane 2023

Parvus Cellar – Rachuli Tetra 2020

39 Qvevri – Rkatsiteli 2022

Mildiani Family Winery – Rkatsiteli Reserve 2018

Corporation Georgian Wine – Rkatsiteli Qvevri 2022

Georgian Wine House – Mtsvane Qvevri 2019

Georgian Wine House – Rkatsiteli Qvevri 2019

Wine Cellar Aragveli – Qarva 2023

Winery Dema – Khikhvi 2022

Vazisubanit Estate – Kakhuri Mtsvane Qvevre 2021

Rtvelisl- Rkatsiteli Qvevi 2022

Traditsiult – Rkatsitell 2021

Rivelisi – Mtsvane Qvevri 2022

Kakhelebi – Kisi 2022

Red Dry Qvevri

6000 B.C. – Saperavi Qvevri 2022

Iqve Winery – Shavkapito-Tavkveri 2023

Shumi – Saperavi Qvevri 2022

Winery Chelti – Saperavi Qvevri 2020

Wine Well – Saperavi 2023

Real Service – Mukuzani 2023

Gavazi Estate – Saperavi 2023

Traditsiuli – Saperavi 2021

Terra Kisi Wines – Saperavi Qvevri 2021

Mildiani Family Winery – Saperavi Qvevri 2020

Shalva Gvaramadze Winery – Saperavi 2020

Vardiashvili Family Wine – Saperavi 2022

Vazisubani Estate – Saperavi Qvevri 2021

Givi Nemsadze – Saperavi 2023

Red Dry

Shermadini Management – Pinot Noir 2022 .

Georgian Wine House – Nestoreuli 2021

Wine Kakheti – Saperavi 2023

Marniskari – Mukuzani 2021

Chateau Nekresi – Saperavi 2018 .

Corporation Georgian Wine – Mukuzani 2020

Rtvelisi – Mukuzani 2022

Lopota – Saperavi Reserve 2020

Anbani – Saperavi Mukuzani 2021

Ancient Valley – Aleksandrouli Oak 2020

Meghvineoba Salkhino – Ojaleshi 2022

Winery Chelti – Saperavi Special Harvest 2018

Winery Chelti – Saperavi Heritage 2008

Mirkano Winery – Saperavi Khashmi 2022

Kindzmarauli – Cabernet Sauvignon 2022

Kindzmarauli – Saperavi 2022

Obcha Winery – Saperavi 2020

Gumbati – Bostogana Sapheravi 2022

Vinitor Mukuzani Traditional Winery – Saperavi 2020

Rosé

Marniskari – Rose 2019

Chateau Svanidze – Rose 2022

Qvevri Wine Cellar – Pink Rkatsiteli 2022

Mirkano Winery – Rose 2022

Beridzeta Marani Zesofeli – Chkhaveri 2022

Red Semi Sweet

Ancient Valley – Khvanchkara 2021

Bolero & Company – Kindzmarauli 2022

Marniskari – Kindzmarauli 2021

Giga Chigladze – Dzelshavi 2023

Winery Chelti – Kindzmarauli 2023

Meghvineoba Salkhino – Ojaleshi 2023

Traditsiuli – Kindzmarauli 2022

Silver

White Dry Qvevri

Giga Chigladze – Gigas Wine – Tsitska 2023

Pirveli Winery – Mtsvane 2022

Kindzmarauli – Kisi Qvevri 2022

Pirveli Winery – Kisi 2022

Binekhi Winery – Rkatsiteli Qvevri 2016

Sunwine – Khikhvi 2022

39 Qvevri – Khikhvi 2022

Winery Chelti – Kisi Qvevri 2022

Binekhi Winery – Goruli Mtsvane Qvevri 2019

Crush 525 – Mtsvane-Khikhvi 2020

Labara – Tsolikouri 2020

Binekhi Winery – Khikhvi Qvevri 2021

Lopota – Chateau Buera – Rkatsiteli Qvevri Reserve 2020

Achia Winery – Achia 2022

Winery Dema – Mtsvane 2022

Lopota – Mtsvane Qvevri Reserve 2020

Wine Company Shumi – Iberiuli – Mtsvane Qvevri 2020

Winery Dema – Kosi 2022

Wine Company Shumi- Iberiuli – Khikhvi Qvevri 2020

Vazisubani Estate – Kisi Qvevri 2021

Shalva Gvaramadze Winery – Khikhvi 2018

David Bakhturidze – Pat’ra Marani – Rkatsiteli Qvevi 2021

Traditsiuli – Georgian – Khikhvi 2021

Shalva Gvaramadze Winery – Tsarapi 2020

Real Service – K’home Winery – Manavis Mtsvane 2021

Traditsiuli – Georgian – Mtsvane 2021

White Dry

Labara – Krakhuna 2022

Avandi – Avanduri Manavi 2022

Winery Chelti – Khikhvi 2023

Beridzeta Marani Zesofeli – Muskati 2023

Beridzeta Marani Zesofeli – Goruli Mtsvane 2023

Obcha Winery – Krakhuna 2020

Pirveli Winery – Mtsvane 2022

Winery Chelti – Krakhuna 2023

Pirveli Winery – Kisi 2022

Ateni Terraces – Atenuri 2022

Terra Kisi Wines – 5 Grapes Selection 2022

Nodos Wine – Tsolikaurii 2023

Mildiani Family Winery – Krakhuna 2023

Mildiani Family Winery – Chardonnay 2023

Anbani (Lomiskareli) – Pinot Blanc 2023

Mirkano Winery – Rkatsiteli 2022

Anbani – Iberia (by Lomiskarel)i – Kisi Amber 2023

Red Dry Qvevri

Sunwine – Saperavi 2021

Parvus Cellar – Aleqsandrouli 2020

Shano Family Winery – Budeshuri Saperavie 2022

Binekhi Winery – Otskanuri Sapere Qvevri 2020

Crush 525 – Speravi 2022

Shalva Gvaramadze Winery – Saperavi 2018

Georgian Wine House – Saperavi Qvevri 2018

Qvevri Wine Cellar – Saperavi 2022

Nodos Wine – Aladasturi 2023

39 Qvevri – Saperavi 2022

Winery Chelti – Saperavi Anniversery 2016

Red Dry

Ancient Valley – Saperavi Premium 2023

Bolero & Company – Daisi – Mukuzani 2022

Mildiani Family Winery – Saperavi Khashmi 2019

Kindzmarauli – Mukuzani Red Dry 2021

Villa Mosavali – Saperavi Reserve 2019

Mildiani Family Winery – Mukuzani Reserve 2018

Rtvelisi – Saperavi Merlo 2022

Kakhelebi – Saperavi Premium 2020

Binekhi Winery – Saperavi 2022

Winery Chelti – Saperavi 2021

Alpha Trading – Gonzalez Byass – Beronia Crianza 2020

Alvazi 2020 – Gonadze Vineyards – Racha 20221

Alvazi 2020 – Gonadze Vineyards – Mujuretuli 2022

Corporation Georgian Wine – Saperavi Carbonic Maceration 2022

Winery Chelti – Saperavi Aged In Oak Heritage 2015

Vinitor Mukuzani Traditional Winery – Mukuzan!I Aged In Oak 2020

Liana Matiashvile- Winwinari – Saperav) 2021

Obcha Winery – Otskhanuri Sapere 2020

Dimitri Oghrapishvili – Dimitri’s Wine – Khashmi Saperavi 2022

White Semi Sweet

Ancient Valley – Tvishi 2023

Mildiani Family Winery – Kisi 2022

Rose

Wine Company Shumi – Saperavi Rose 2023

Red Semi Sweet

Ancient Valley – Kindzmarauli 2023

Gold

Red Dry Qvevri

CHATEAU MEPHISKALAKI – SHAVKAPITO 2023

WINERY CHELTI – SAPERAVI QVEVRI AGED IN OAK 2017

TORELI WINERY – SAPERAVI 2022

Red Dry

WINERY CHELT! – KVARELI AGED IN OAK 2019

MILDIANI FAMILY WINERY – SAPERAVI RESERVE 2013

WINERY CHELTI – MUKUZANI AGEDIN OAK 2019

White Dry Qvevri

Sunwine – Kakhuri Mtsvivani 2022

Winery Chelti – Khikhvi Qvevri 2022

Armazi Winery – Rkatsiteli 2021

Mildiani Family Winery – Kisi Qvevri 2015

Mildiani Family Winery – Khikhvi Qvevri 2018

Traditsiuli – Georgian – Kisi 2021

White Dry

Bolero & Company – Sabado Classic – Tsinandali 2022

Vazisubani Estate – Estate Collection – Kisi 202!

Vazisubani Estate – 9 Bunches White 2022

Guruli Gvinoebi – Vineyard Dolidze – Krakhuna 2023

Orona – Siame – Kakhuri Mtsvane 2022

Guruli Gvinoebi – Vineyard Dolidze – Tsolikauri 2023

Chaleli – Chinuri Goruli Mtsvane 2023

Gumbati – Bostogana Kisi 2021

Red Semi Sweet

Alvazi 2020 – Gonadze Vineyards Khvanchkara 2023

Trophy

The best of show wines per category.

Red Dry

Mildiani Family Winery – Saperavi Reserve 2013

White Dry Qvevri

Mildiani Family Winery – Khikhvi Qvevri 2018

White Dry

Orona – Siame – Kakhuri Mtsvane 2022

Red Dry Oak

Winery Chelti – Mukuzani Aged In Oak 2019

Red Qvevri

Winery Chelti – Saperavi Qvevri Aged In Oak 2017

Red Semi Sweet

Alvazi 2020 – Gonadze Vineyards – Khvanchkara 2023

About the author

Pro food & drink travel writer, photographer & podcaster since 2013. WSET2 (distinction). Georgian Sommelier (In Progress). 200+ wineries visited in Georgia. Many 1000's of natural/qvevri wines tasted since 2016. Tommo & his wife have now visited 95+ countries in search of food and wine. They decided to make Georgia (Country) their home base in 2019 and establish Eat This! Food & Wine Tours.


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