"Qvevri and Qvevri Wine Museum" is a unique museum that describes in detail the whole process of putting wine in a qvevri.
The museum opened in 2014 by Gia and Gela Gamtkitsulashvilis. It consists of 5 exhibition spaces, an eight-meter qvevri monument and a cellar.
The museum presents exhibits related to qvevri wine, a collection of perennial wines of the "Twins Wine House", various archival photographs, as well as information about Georgian vine varieties, qvevri, cellar and winepress.
The visitor has the opportunity to get acquainted with the history of Georgian wine and observe all the processes that are necessary for making qvevri wine.
The main exhibit of the museum is three 500-liter, 1/3 cut qvevris covered with glass. This allows the viewer to observe the whole process of putting the wine in the qvevri: crushing, boiling, self-cleaning, natural filtration, removal of wine and chacha, etc.
The museum is open daily from 09:00 to 21:00.
Admission to the museum is:
For adults: 15 GEL
For students: 5 GEL
For school students: 0.50 GEL
Admission is free for: children under 6, socially vulnerable adults, museum staff from Georgia and abroad, ICOM members, category I and II disabled people, soldiers and refugees.