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Pheasant's Tears Winery, Signagi

(3.6/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • Accidentally looked into this magic cellar and got into the paradise of food, wine and magical people. We were 12 people, company and without reservation in advance, that did not stop the owner prepare for us a terrific dinner that we still remember with easy reverence. Wine, meat, cheeses, salads, all in that you can fall in love, we were given! Highly recommend!
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  • In "tears of the pheasant" brought us local guide when we said that we want a tasting of Georgian wines. There are guys in the wine region of Georgia, Kakheti. Place very atmospheric-hidden from the eyes of the courtyard with its own vineyard, outdoor seating (indoor seating, too). Tasting lends above average, but it's worth it. Over 10 choices of wine we have something on the order of $50 for two people (don't remember exactly). This amount also includes light refreshments. Same here, we saw how to bake bread in a true Georgian tone:) We liked it, we recommend!
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  • A haven on a cold, slightly snowy day. Get a table by the log fire if you can. We tried 2 white wines and ate smoked vegetable salad, bread with plum sauce, cheeses & walnuts, garlic & rosemary potato...  more »