Georgia is considered by many to be the birthplace of winemaking. More specifically, archaeologists believe that the tradition originated in the country’s largest region: Kakheti. Kakheti is Georgia’s main wine-producing region in the country’s east. Wine grapes have been cultivated in these lands for 8,000 years, which, archaeologists say, makes Kakheti the cradle of wine. Read the rest of this article by Denis Loctier for Euronews. Browse Georgian wines.