The Shavnabada Monastery is like many monasteries in Georgia: very, very old and with a killer view. They also happen to be the second monastery in Georgia to start releasing wines. The first of course was Alaverdi in Kakheti, but it’s not as though the Shavnabada monks arrived all that late to the game as they restarted wine production back in 1998. Alaverdi was in 2006, so how is it that Shavnabada has just started to be better known? It is after all about 25 minutes from the center of […]
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