Meskheti is probably the highest mountain viticulture region not only in Georgia, but throughout the world . The vine is found here at 900-1700 meters above the sea level. The Meskhetian Viticulture primarily means gardens and vineyards on terraces, which have several names: Oroko, Dariji, Bakani, Saqve. In Meskheti there was a lowland and a highland vineyard, although the main species was high, and it was of course different from the Guria-Samegrelo highlands, mainly because it was mostly on the apricot tree. Meskheti is one of the most ancient sites of viticulture in Georgia, some scientists believe that ancient Georgian varieties Saperavi, Dzvelshavi, Khikhvi and others could have origins in Meskheti.