Private Entrepreneur Tamaz Glonti


Private Entrepreneur Tamaz Glonti

Lanchkhuti district, Aketi village

Grüne Woche 2019

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Guria is located in the western part of Georgia and bordered by the Black Sea, which defines its subtropical climate. The region is also the home of high mountains. In just one day visitors can swim in the sea and ski on Guria’s snow-covered peaks, making this part of the country extremely adventurous and attractive.

Beekeeper Tamaz Glonti is a native of Guria’s Aketi village and has been practicing beekeeping there for almost 30 years. He has passed his love of apiculture to his children: His son Vakhtang is now one of Georgia’s leading professionals for organic apiculture as well as the inventor of a patented efficient beehive, while daughter Nino, only in her twenties, already leads the Georgian Beekeeper Farmers Association.

With the Aketi village being situated in proximity to wildly grown Chestnut and Linden forests, Tamaz Glonti’s bees have only short distances to overcome in search of flowers. He practices stationary beekeeping as part of his endeavor to control the environment for future conversion to certified organic farming land.

The Glonti family also took advantage of the new bottling facility in Amrolauri to ensure gentle bottling of their precious 2018 Tapli harvest. Tamaz Glonti’s Tapli is the results of bees collecting nectar and honeydew from chestnut and linden trees. The honey has an intense, well-balanced bittersweet taste and a rich aroma from the forest.