Our vision is to bring life back to the forgotten villages in Guria, West Georgia by building a place for a diverse community and agro-ethnic experiences, place where you always want to return to. We invite guests to stay at our farm, eat fresh organic food farm-to-the-table, take part in the agricultural activities: tea picking, taking care of kitchen garden, vineyard, and hazelnut plantation. And to engage in various recreational activities.
Learn about how the first tea bushes appeared in Georgia and get to know about a charming Chinese expert - Lao Junzhou, who settled in Georgia in 1893 and merged the oriental tea traditions with Georgian culture.
Take a walk towards our tea garden, pick tea leaves, and learn how it is made.
Taste it shortly after with Georgian sweets on our balcony.
Chkhaveri is a western Georgian variety, It is truly a rare variety as only a handful of Georgian winemakers work with this grape today.
Chkhaveri berries are round, juicy, and thin-skinned. While its clusters are small or conical, sometimes with a single wing. This late-ripening and low-yielding variety tend towards higher acidity. Chkhaveri produces balanced, soft wines with moderate alcohol levels and varied diversity of aromas and flavors.