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The elegant white castle was designed by French architects at the
request of the noble Mukhranbatoni family. Completed in 1885, its
beauty is truly striking even today.
In summer and early autumn, the territory of Chateau Mukhrani looks
like a fairytale, especially during the harvest celebration. The magic of
the period, when the new wine is being created, is hard to describe.
Better to arrange a visit to the Chateau, to see the field work and
industrial part of the winery for yourself. Head down into the darkness
of the cellars and smell the time and labor that are corked in the barrels
The most outstanding regional wines of Chateau Mukhrani are Goruli
Mtsvane (white dry), Tavkveri (red dry) and Shavkapito (red dry). Of
course, there are more Georgian grapes, and even locally planted
Cabernet and Sauvignon Blanc, but those are from the Kartli region,
born, grown and cultivated in this soil. The richness of Georgian nature
processed in the European manner – that’s what makes them taste so
If you never had a look from Mtatsminda over the Tbilisi, never had a walk in the yard of Father David Church and never thought a bit about literature and life for even several minutes at the pantheon of Honored Persons of Georgian, probably you have no right to say that you know Tbilisi.
This all, certainly, literature and in fact the observation from altitude to city pulsation is very romantic also and pleasant. Here you can relax with wonderful bakery and visit Restaurant at Funicular.
You can find nothing different in the part of Georgian cookery in menu, it has basic, interim at some extent, market taste.
So, it is better to try directly European meals, here you will have more pleasant impressions. Several interesting meals cooked from red and white meat makes good impression, also the sea products are appetizing and delicious. I did not mention sea by chance; the Executive Chef of restaurant, George da Silva has arrived directly from Madeira to suit the cookery views of his ancestors to Georgian products and environment.
It is wonderful place for having romantic evening or even for organizing important meetings.
In 1996, a cozy café was opened next to the Gabriadze Theater, which
immediately became a meeting place for the theater community and
artists from around the world. It is one of the few cafés in Tbilisi from
that era that is still open.
Set in the heart of the old town, Café Gabriadze boasts a unique interior
with everything designed by world renowned artist, writer and theater
director Rezo Gabriadze. It also boasts a lively summer terrace that looks
out onto his Clock Tower - one of the most popular sights in town.
A select menu of tasty dishes is on offer, combining authentic traditional
recipes and the freshest local ingredients. You can choose from an
appetizing selection of starters from different regions of Georgia, homebaked goods straight from the oven, assorted succulent char-grilled
meats, and a nourishing variety of hearty soups and healthy salads –
including options for both vegetarians and vegans.
The bar has an extensive list of beverages, including home-made
spirits and a carefully chosen collection of wines made from indigenous
Georgian grape varieties, some of which are produced using the ancient
method of fermentation in clay jars (qvevri).