Originally, Georgians "Kartvelians" are nomadic Caucasian people. Both Armenian and Georgian people have been around for millenniums in to the history and they are original white, Caucasian people.
According to Scientology, Caucasus (Region where Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan is settled) can quiet possibly be the born-place for "White" Indo-European race "Homo georgicus", which lived roughly 1.8 million years ago in Georgia "dmanisi", is the earliest hominid to have been discovered in Europe.
Here is what German scientist Johann Friedrich Blumenbach wrote about Georgians:
"Caucasian variety - I have taken the name of this variety from Mount Caucasus, both because its neighborhood, and especially its southern slope, produces the most beautiful race of men, I mean the Georgian; and because all physiological reasons converge to this, that in that region, if anywhere, it seems we ought with the greatest probability to place the autochthones (birth place) of mankind."
According to christian bible, Georgians, Armenians and all Slav people (Russians, Ukrainians) are all descendants of same offspring "Meshech"
This is what Alexandre Diuma wrote about Gerogians:
”They are fiery, proud and fierce and the other people have great admiration for them. And the men are triumphant with the women of Europe.They are a people of poetry, of music and dancing, and, according to tradition, great lovers.”
However Georgia has been part of Roman, Byzantium, persian, Mongol, Ottoman and Russian empires in hsitory so each time they're original face was changed. That is why people call Georgians and Armenians - "ethnically confused people" xD I've been in Georgia; if you go to Georgia you will meet all kind of mixed white ethnic gpeople. Those who look Slavic, eastern European, Western European and Middle Eastern. But there are no black Georgians though:))))
But new born generation of Georgians (I mean born after 2005) look like true western Europeans. Which may sound kind of weird but it is reality...!
Books, wikipedia, university and personal experience...