The word “satsnakheli” or winepress means a vat in which grapes are pressed and squeezed. In Georgia, winepresses are made from wood, stone, or are carved into rock. It is associated with Georgian historical culture and traditions of Georgian hospitality. The 200 sq.m. Satsnakheli wine bar in the historical part of Kutaisi is built deep inside the ground on the river where goods were once transported, and where once there stood numerous storehouses and taverns. It represents a wine-room of exclusive wines made in accordance with Georgian traditional technology, among them fine wines made using Kakheti and Imereti technology in the wine-bar area. Most of the dishes are prepared in the yard on a big grill under the very eyes of visitors, and while enjoying your grilled fare and tasting wine, you’ll be accompanied by live folklore and jazz music. An especially warm and friendly environment awaits, a Georgian traditional interior and menu, guaranteeing unforgettable pleasure for visitors to Kutaisi.