A Taste of the Georgian Wine Revolution Tel Aviv Table Podcast

Tel Aviv Table tours Georgian wine country with Taste Georgia’s Maka Tarashvili; and reports the latest food news, including the tale of some deadly hummus.

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Maka Tarashvili of Taste Georgia.
Maka Tarashvili of Taste Georgia.Credit: Daniella Cheslow
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A taste of the Georgian wine revolution
At least 40,000 Israelis visited Georgia in 2013, partly because of the country’s reviving wine culture. We tour Georgian wine country with Taste Georgia’s Maka Tarashvili, an expert on Georgian wine and a veteran of Israeli tour groups.

FOOD NEWS: When hummus turns deadly
Discover Tel Aviv’s new South African eatery, Bunny Chow, at Carmel Market; the Masterchef judges are bringing their expertise to several new Tel Aviv restaurants; and when hummus turns deadly, it’s time to start making your own.

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