The village is built on the steep right bank of the Rioni River, 400 meters above sea level. Tsolikouri, a popular Georgian grape variety, grows in Tvishi and is traditionally vinified as subtle, light semi-sweet white wine.
Viticulture and winemaking have been an inseparable part of the Tvishi community life for many years. People of Tvishi take pride in their Tsolikouri vineyards and winemaking culture. Tvishi has several family guesthouses and wineries, so guests and visitors can taste and buy wine, get to know the locals and spend the night in the rural environment.
Tvishi village is surrounded by a forest abundant with chestnut, beech, linden, oak, maple, and lime trees with the Rioni river flowing through.
If you are a fishing enthusiast, the river has a variety of fish like pike, catfish, crucian carp, perch, herring, carp, and bream.