Travelling to Georgia is the easiest way to understand Latin phrase “In wine, truth” - in 2017, world’s oldest wine was found in the 8000 years old jars in Georgia which makes it an oldest wine-making country in the world and explains big role of the drink in the local culture and daily life.
Georgia has a 8000 years old traditions of wine-making and among 4000 spices of grapes know around the world about 500 have a Georgian roots. If it’s not enough for you to taste local wine, in 2013 UNESCO recognized Georgian traditional qvevri (egg-shaped vessel used for making, ageing and storing the wine) wine-making method as intangible cultural heritage of humanity, as a rare example of the ancient tradition that managed to save its face through the centuries.
Argo Cable Car in Batumi, on the 252 meters above the sea level is the perfect choice to taste Georgian wine and get to know its culture. During our degustation, apart from delicious wine with the fascinating views of the city, black sea and mountains of Adjara, you will have opportunity to get to know history and traditions of qvevri wine-making method recognized by UNESCO.
We are sure memories of this delicious taste and wonderful environment will stay with you for a long time, but to make them last even more, there are wine and souvenir shops in the Argo Cable Car where you can buy local wine and qvevri-shaped souvenirs with the Georgian inscription you chose by yourself.
Get to know Georgia and Georgian wine with the Argo Cable Car.