Well, 2016, an admittedly difficult year is finally coming to an end. But you still have gifts to buy, dinners to prepare and holidays to celebrate. To help you out, I have come up with a list of products that everyone on your holiday list will enjoy.
For the book lover: Look not further than Alice Feiring’s For the Love of Wine: My Odyssey through the World’s Most Ancient Wine Culture. One of the most lovingly poetic books on wine I have yet read. Meet the people behind the Georgian wine revolution. Alice spent years meeting winemakers, learning the customs and being embraced by families. It is a beautiful and intimate ode to a wonderful country, flaws and pimples included. A must read for any #winelover.
Kargi Gogo went from being one of Portland’s best food trucks serving up khatchapuri and khinkali to the hipster masses to an online vendor of Georgian food and wine themed products as well as Georgian spices. Check out their site for gifts ranging from Khinakli t-shirts and socks from Alter Socks, Khinkali tree ornaments to adjika. Kargi gogo is your one stop shop for all things Georgian.
For the travel lover, Taste Georgia is offering gift certificates for our tours that are redeemable at any time. Check out our website. Our cooking classes are always a popular choice. And through December 23rd, we are offering a 15% discount to all bookings, two person minimum.
For the inquisitive #winelover, Blue Danube is offering a six-bottle variety pack for 99$. Members of their wine club receive free shipping. It is a generous offer and a perfect time to introduce a variety of Georgian wines including one from our favorite wine producer, Gotsa.