Nice and Tbilisi does it

A physical and cultural crossroads where Europe meets Asia, Georgia has shaken off its troubled past to become one of the world’s most intriguing and unspoiled travel destinations

13th January, 2019
Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia

Gia’s well-shaped long nose disappears inside the slender stemmed glass. Next he swirls the liquid around and intently watches amber-coloured teardrops gather and slowly drip down, telling him much about this 2016 unfiltered Mtsvane Kakhuri vintage.

It’s a sacred moment, witnessed in reverential silence by his guests. We then prepare to loosen our belts to enjoy a marathon of Georgian hospitality called a ‘supra’ (feast) at the home of the Togonidze family in the...

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