Published under the "Living” section of the world famous fashion magazine Vogue, journalist Jen Murphy listed the reasons that made Georgia her most favourite attraction.
Remote parts of the world would become more accessible than ever, thanks to new heli-skiing operations in the mountains of Georgia,” she said in her review.
Murphy believed that the country "has gotten buzz in recent years for its surprisingly great wine scene. But a stellar bottle of vino is just one reason to visit.”
Describing its "young, creative class and Brooklyn-esque undertones,” the author said the capital Tbilisi "has emerged as a hub of cool.”
The super design-y Rooms Hotel should be your base for exploring the city’s exciting art, music, and food scenes. Bassiani, a favorite local music venue, brings in the best electronic music performers from around the globe, while Fabrika, a Soviet-era sewing factory turned multiuse cultural space, highlights Tbilisi’s urban artists” – the author said in the travel piece.
She also gave highlights on Georgian food served at "innovative restaurants like Le Montrachet, a neo-bistro run by former French Laundry alum Francesco Manalo.”
At the end Murphy welcomed Georgia’s becoming "a new winter playground for hard-core skiers and snowboarders looking to access untouched terrain in the Caucasus Mountains”.Read the full article here: www.vogue.com
By Salome Modebadze