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Beginning a Journey to Georgia, the Cradle of Wine

We are at the airport awaiting our plane for the first leg of our trip to JFK. If all goes well we should leave around 2 pm. After reaching New York we’ll wait for a couple of hours for our flight to Rome where we have a 16-hour layover waiting for a flight to Tbilisi, Georgia. It’s a long trip but we are so looking forward to learning about Georgia, sometimes referred to as the “Cradle of Wine.”

During the past few weeks, we have been reading whatever information we can find about the country of Georgia and its winemaking history. Unfortunately some of the information in the US seems to be limited, so we hope to increase awareness of Georgia regarding its long history, winemaking and culture. As the days progress we will be writing daily blogs as well as articles about the wineries we visit, the Georgian wines and Qvevri.

We are also researching and beginning our third book with a working title of “Georgia: Birthplace of Wine.”

Hope you will follow along as we share our experiences with you.

Cheers! Kathy

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