Forktown & Kargi Gogo Collaboration Tour
October 8th - 17th, 2019
*2020 details coming soon
Heidi Burnette of Forktown Food Tours & Sean Fredericks of Kargi Gogo are co-hosting a culinary tour to the beautiful and relatively undiscovered country of Georgia. This country is magical in every sense of the word, from legendary hospitality to an ancient wine culture, we are honored to share this tour with you!
Heidi has 13 years experience of creating and hosting guided tours all over the world from Portland to Italy to China and now to Georgia. Sean spent two years living in Georgia with the Peace Corps, soaking up every ounce of Georgian food, wine, and culture and is now co-owner of one of the hottest restaurants in Portland, Oregon, Kargi Gogo.
We are registering guests now! Please email us for more information or to register for the tour.
Check out the daily itinerary and terms and conditions at the bottom of the page.
When: October 8th - 17th 2019
Duration: 9 nights, 10 days
Price: $3895 double occupancy, $600 single supplement; pay by check and receive $100 discount
Deposit & Payment: 30% deposit due by March 1st, 2019 with final payment due August 15th, 2019
Group Size: 10 - 18 guests
Locations: Tbilisi, Kartli, Signaghi & Telavi wine regions, Kazbegi, and Samtskhe-Javakheti
Airports: Arrival & departure airport Tbilisi (TBS)
Includes airport transfers, hotel accommodations, daily breakfast, most meals, activities, walking tours, cooking classes, winery visits, and tastings, etc.
Most activities based around food and wine, but we will also explore the historic and cultural highlights of each region
Interested in booking this tour? Email us to get on the waiting list; guests on the list will be offered first right of refusal to book spaces on tour in the order requests are received
Walking tour of Tbilisi
Dezerter Market tour and cooking class featuring khinkali, Georgia’s famous dumplings
Tours and tastings in several major wine regions including Kartli, Telavi, and Sighnaghi
Visit to ancient terraces where wine makers are planting some of the rarest grapes in the world
Easy hiking and gorgeous mountain views in Kazbegi
Supra style dinner in the home of a famous “tamada” or toastmaster
Explore Vardzia, a centuries old cave city where monks still live today
Qvevri maker visit, one of the very few qvevri makers left in Georgia
Farewell dinner with polyphonic musical group & traditional dancing