The first destination is Alaverdi Monastery, famous for its ancient winemaking tradition dating back to the XI century. Here priests and monks have been involved in grape cultivation from the times when the monastery was accomplished. Visit to Alaverdi will be followed by exploring of the taste of biodynamic wine, as well as winemaking practice at Ruispiri. Long forgotten and ignored, this unique method cultivated by ancestors, has seen its first Georgian revival right here.The tour will continue to Vardisubani village, where you'll witness the crafting of Qvevri - a clay vessel used for the preparation of traditional Georgian wine. You will also enjoy a Qvevri making masterclass, a craft that is over 8000-years-old.A brilliant end of this fascinating day will be at Chateau Mere. You can relax in this beautiful mansion, enjoy breathtaking views over the Caucasus Mountains. This goes best with a glass of wine.