Keda region is recognized as the center of wine-making in Adjara. The most common locally produced wine is Tsolikauri and Chkhaveri. The special attitude of the population to the wine culture, centuries-old traditions and natural conditions determine the colour, taste and dizzy aroma of locally produced wines.
Seeing a noisy waterfall hidden in the mountains of Adjara, the visitors are admiring the feeling of freedom and collect unforgettable impressions. Guests are able to taste Georgian wine made from local grapes, get acquainted with the authentic Adjarian cuisine and the old traditions of the Georgian feast. Homemade tobacco is also available for trying. In addition, visitors can participate in the collection of grapes and wine making (seasonal). Wine can also be purchased.
Meet up at your hotel in Batumi
Sightseeing point "Adjaristskali" (water of Adjara)
Trip to Makhuntseti - waterfall and bridge of Queen Tamar.
Zvare church complex.
Trip to the guesthouse for wine tasting, Georgian dinner and optional masterclass in Georgian cuisine upon your request.
Trip back to Batumi to your hotel door.