Georgia is a land where wine has been made for at least 8,000 years.
In fact, no where in the world has evidence of wine making been found dating back as far as in Georgia.
Wine culture is part of everyday life in Georgia – at one point virtually every family had vines or made their own wine. Also fascinating is the fact that the type of large jars known as “kvevri” or “qvevri” which are still used to make wine in Georgia today have been encountered – with wine residue on them. These are buried in a cellar (called a “marani”).
In the east of Georgia the wines are usually fermented with skins and stems, in the west (Imereti region) they often make the wines without skins and rarely use stems.
“Khachapuri” & Pickled Mushrooms
RAMAZ NIKOLADZE, IMERETI – Organic
TSOLIKOURI NO SKIN CONTACT, White 2017
Roast Sturgeon, “Tkemali” & Celeriac
IAGO BITARISHVILI, KARTLI Region – Organic
CHINURI SKIN CONTACT QVEVRI 6, White 2016
Grilled Duck Breast, Beetroot & Pickled Prune
ZURAB TOPURIDZE, GURIA – Organic
SAPERAVI, Red 2017
Poached Pear & Spiced Chocolate Ganache
JOHN OKURASHVILI, KAKHETI Region
SAPERAVI BUDESHURI, Red 2016
We will open as usual at 5.45 pm. booking are available throughout the night until 9:45pm.
Please book in advance to avoid missing out.
Wines are available to purchase at discounted prices on the night.
To reserve your table please, enquire online or contact Celine directly on:
020 7242 8373 | firstname.lastname@example.org
* A discretionary 13.5% service charge will be added to your bill.
Credit card details are required to secure your reservation.
Please note that due to the popularity of our event, you may be required to release your table after one and a half hours.