Michelin star chefs at Chateau Kvirike

As part of the International Gastronomic Festival, we hosted special guests on December 2 – including chefs from Michelin-starred restaurants, as well as leading local chefs and sommeliers. 

The main idea of the event was to introduce the culinary identity of Adjara to the distinguished guests, the chefs who have the Michelin star saw right here how local dishes are prepared. They participated in such activities as master classes of Adjarian dishes and wine. The evening ended with a dinner in a building with a 300-year history located on our territory, where the guests had the opportunity to get acquainted with Georgian traditional cuisine as well as traditional Georgian song and dance.

Chateau Kvirike in the lens of Euronews

Georgian gastronomy, culture, and wine-making traditions came into the lens of Euronews.

An influential TV channel prepared an extensive segment about Batumi, which was televised in the popular travel program ‘Explore’. With the segment, millions of viewers of the channel had the opportunity to get acquainted with Batumi’s various tourist opportunities, the old and modern look of the city, ecotourism destinations, Georgian gastronomy, folklore, and the 8,000-year-old tradition of winemaking.

The film crew’s visit to the region was organized by the Tourism Department of Adjara, which chose Chateau Kvirike as the host

Vintage 2023

On October 15, we harvested grapes together with our guests and participated in many interesting activities. Specially for this day, we created a traditional Georgian environment and held master classes on making Churchkhela, Khinkali, and baking bread. We thank each person who visited us on harvest day 

Presentation of Dato Turashvili's book.

On October 27, Chateau Kvirike Kobuleti played host to an event: the presentation of Dato Turashvili’s book, “Georgia, the Homeland of Wine.

Dato Turashvili’s captivating presentation took us on a journey through the pages of history, emphasizing the profound importance of wine in Georgian culture.  From its impact on traditions to shaping the Georgian character, he painted a vivid picture of wine’s vital role in our nation’s heritage.  What made this event even more special was the distinguished guests in attendance – influential figures representing various countries.

International festival "Golden Eye"

We hosted a significant event at Chateau Kvirike Kobuleti, On October 28, the “Golden Eye” international festival for film and TV operators celebrated its tenth anniversary in our complex.

The festival’s aim is to foster the creative and professional growth of film and television operators. Interest came from around the world, we welcomed distinguished guests as well. We extend our gratitude to the International Festival of Cameramen “Golden Eye” for their visit and wish success to the film and television operators.