The first spot is Tsinandali Wine Cellar. Dubbed as the birthplace of the Georgian classical winemaking, Tsinandali Estate is a place where the first bottled wine appeared in the country. Tsinandali œnothèque boasts a ripe collection of over 1814 vintages, with the oldest bottle dating back to 1814. Tisnandali Wine Cellar will be followed by the visit to the Shumi Winery. Here you will have a chance to explore a vineyard counting up to 800 vine varieties, a wine museum with exhibits of over 6000-years-old, an ethnographic house, a cellar and an œnothèque. To see an authentic Georgian winemaking, you will stop at Teleda Orgo. The company is known for producing limited amounts of natural wine according to an age-old Qvevri tradition that foresees the wine fermentation process without any additives, artificial stabilizers or filters. This tour will end at Telavi Wine Cellar, which is one of the biggest companies in an entire Kahkheti region. Here you will get to cover a "Wine Route" - a journey which witnesses the entire wine production process from the vineyards to the winepress, then to the barrels and finally, the bottling.