Tunnel Winery Khareba's

Tunnel Winery Khareba's, Kvareli: Address, Phone Number, Tunnel Winery Khareba's Reviews: 4.5/5

Tunnel Winery Khareba's
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Try to imagine a tunnel 7.7 Kilometers in length carved into the rock, filled with the best aging wines of Winery Khareba. You will never before have seen such a phenomenon... The touristic complex offers the opportunity of tasting more than 30 varieties of Winery Khareba's best wines and participation in the cultural activities, such as: Chacha distillation process, Georgian bread baking, Chuchkhela making, grilling meat (Georgian barbeque), harvesting and pressing grapes in Satsnakheli.
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neeratraveler
San Francisco, CA88 contributions
Must visit for all wine lovers
Sep 2021
Tunnel Khareba winery is a must visit for all wine lovers. The winery has long manmade tunnels lined with wine - there are 15 tunnels.

After a brief tour you get to sample a few wines. There is the traditional qvevri as well as European style wines.
Written October 13, 2021
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Patricia K
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Best winery in Georgia
Aug 2021 • Family
For people who like to know more about Georgia wine "Khareba winery" is the best place to go. Packages suitable for anyone🙂. Friendly staff, affordable, place is well preserve.
If you need English tour guide most recommend Doia.
Written August 18, 2021
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annachristina81
Minneapolis, MN35 contributions
Skip this stop
Aug 2021 • Couples
Very touristy, zero COVID-19 precautions (there were hundreds of unmasked tourists waiting in a crowd at the entrance) and our ‘private’ tour ended up as a large group. Terribly rude staff to top it off.
Written August 9, 2021
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Paulidsa
Europe394 contributions
Okeish for a mass oriented wine tasting
Jul 2021 • Family
The visit started from a pleasant offer by a man in a golf car to pick me up from the parking.
There guides is English, Russian.
At the entry, an ensemble in national cloth will orchestrate a short song in Georgian.
The guide explains the history of the winery and local winemaking. The regular tasting includes only 2 wines, the price is 15 GEL per person. The wine is OK, but nothing special. The award winning wine is not included in the tasting, which is disappointing.
Written July 25, 2021
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TravelDoorsOut
Chicago, IL437 contributions
Great wine, useless tour
Mar 2020 • Family
The entrance fee was 6GEL and the only reason it’s worth it is because you get to try the wine, which is wonderful. We bought quite a few bottles, to take home which was cheaper than in Tbilisi. The tour is a waste of money, just old dusty bottles and a tour guide that talks WAY too much.
Written June 26, 2020
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onuraiu
Keila, Estonia31 contributions
Very exciting and informative overview of vine making in Georgia.
Jul 2019
Very beautiful and nice place to visit when you are interested in vines and how they used to be (and some still are) made. Very good guide knows all facts and stories. Depends on ticked you can also taste some vines.
Written December 12, 2019
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Härě Krishna
484 contributions
For some one who likes wine and Intrested in k owing how wine is made traditionally
Dec 2019 • Family
A wonderful winery tunnel at the foot of the Caucasus Mountains

This place is having 7km tunnel buolt as a cellar for wines. The owners conduct a small tour inside some of the tunnels and exain the procedure for making wine traditionally.

Their are also different types of wine which they allow to taste with a small cost.

If some you are interested in buying wines I would suggest not to buy from any where except this place as it is authentic and cheaper than other place.

"When you buy a entry ticket and do not want to taste any wine inform the ticket counter as the ticket will cost o fly 5GEL"
Written December 4, 2019
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hall128
Salzburg, Austria62 contributions
taking only the money
Oct 2019
entrance fee to the tunnel with one glass of wine taste is 6 GEL. The tunnel was only 50 meters long, nothing to see, except wine bottles with dust. the wine taste was only one sip of wine not even enough to have the taste. the whole tour last approx 10 minutes, one group after the other. the only highlight was to see, how georgian bread and churchela was made. all together not worth to go there.
Written October 21, 2019
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Michael W
Redding, CT862 contributions
Really enjoyable
Sep 2019 • Friends
We had a very nice lunch on the restaurant patio upstairs first then had a group tour of the winery which was enjoyable as well as educational. The winery guide was very knowledgeable and the wine was very good indeed. I highly recommend this tour.
Written October 6, 2019
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iioannis2
Limassol City, Cyprus54 contributions
An amazing winery tunnel at the foot of the Caucasus Mountains
Jul 2019
A tunnel winery inside the mountain. At the entrance musicians traditionally dressed will welcome you with a Georgian song. Then you will be given a blanket as the temperature inside the tunnel is about 16 degrees. A collection of old wines in the shelve cellars on the walls. In a separate route in the tunnel there are wells in the floor for wine maturity, also used as store places and tables for wine tasting.

Outside a view to a large area vineyard at the boundaries of the winery's area. A route inside the nature and areas of vineyards for reaching there.

This is the experience. This is the difference from other wineries.
Written September 20, 2019
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