September is harvest time in Georgia (“rtveli“). Did you know that Georgia, in addition to its breathtaking scenery, is also considered the cradle of wine? Indeed, the first grape varieties dating back to more than 8,000 years old have been found there, dethroning countries such as France and Germany. France,Italy and Greece. The wine-growing region is concentrated mainly in Kakhetia, in the east of the country, but vineyards can be found all over Georgia, each with its own specificity depending on the terroir in which it is located. Before bottling, the liquid is stored in large jars buried in the ground, called “kvevri“. This process is typical of Georgian wine production and makes it unique.