Kakheti wine region is located in the eastern part of Georgia and it is the main center of the wine industry. Around 80% of the grapes grown in Georgia come from Kakheti, where wine production mainly takes place on Alazani Valley, protected by Caucasus mountains from the north. Kakheti wine region is known for its winemaking techniques, which is considered to be one of the oldest methods and it is protected by UNESCO as an intangible heritage of the country of Georgia. Yes, we are talking about the Qvevri winemaking method, where fermentation and the aging of the wine take place under the ground in an egg-shaped clay vessel. During traveling in the Kakheti wine region, not only you will taste wines produced in millennial old methods, but you will also encounter the rich historical heritage of the country and taste local, refined gastronomy.