Lonely Planet publishes wine guide book including Georgia as destination

  • The guide book talks about the eight-thousand-year-old tradition of Georgian wine, wine-making, Georgian qvevri and Kakheti wineries, announces the Georgian National Tourism Administration. Photo: Nino Alavidze/Agenda.ge.

Agenda.ge, 16 Nov 2020 - 15:43, Tbilisi,Georgia

Lonely Planet has published a wine guide book ‘Wine Trails: Europe’ which includes Georgia as a destination.

The guide book talks about the eight-thousand-year-old tradition of Georgian wine, wine-making, Georgian qvevri and Kakheti wineries, announces the Georgian National Tourism Administration.

In this ancient, mountainous land, a youthful spirit and world-class traditional wines reward grape-loving travellers with a taste for the unknown,” reads the guide book when starting about describing Kakheti, the wine region of Georgia.

The guide book also speaks about other countries’ wines including Spanish and Portuguese wines.

Lonely Planet journalist Benjamin Kemper has been in Kakheti during the press tour organized by the National Tourism Administration where he gathered information about Georgian wine. 

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