About Events – Georgian Wine Day

Organized by Georgia’s Ministry of Agriculture and the Wine National Agency, Georgian Wine Day celebrates Georgian wine. This year is the 8,015th Vintage! Events celebrating Georgian Wine Day were held in the cities of Tbilisi, Telavi, Kutaisi, Rustavi and Ambrolauri. The events were an opportunity for locals and tourists to sample Georgian wine and learn … Continue reading

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About Celebrations – Independence Day 2015

Georgia celebrates Independence Day (Georgian: დამოუკიდებლობის დღე) on 26 May each year. On 26 May 1918, in the midst of the Russian Civil War, Georgia declared independence and The Democratic Republic of Georgia was created. The day is a national holiday and celebrations are held throughout Georgia and by Georgians living overseas. In the nation’s … Continue reading

About Events – Signagi Wine Festival

Signagi (Georgian: სიღნაღი) is a small, picturesque town situated in Georgia’s easternmost region of Kakheti, overlooking the Alazani Valley and facing the Greater Caucasus Mountains. The town is known for its wine production, carpet weaving, metal crafting, ceramics, wood carvings and leather work. To celebrate its wine production, the town holds a wine festival in October each … Continue reading

About Events – Kindergarten “Autumn Festival” in Tbilisi

Children from Tbilisi’s kindergartens recently celebrated their annual “Autumn Festival” event. The event reflects the culture and traditions of the different regions of Georgia. The children dressed in traditional costume and participated in craft making, poem recitals, singing and games. The children celebrated Rtveli (Georgian: რთველი), the traditional vintage (the process of picking grapes and making … Continue reading