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Brand History – Telavi Wine Cellar

Telavi Wine Cellar winemaking company was founded near the city of Telavi in 1915. The history has tightly interconnected with innovations at the Wine Cellar for more than one century. Devoted to Kakhetian winemaking traditions, we also follow modern tendencies and create wines through adaption of our historical experience with …

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Small Production Winery Artizani to be Among Vivino.com Best Wines

Small production winery Artizani was founded in 2015, by three friends- Salome Andrazashvili, Irakli Gvaramia and Data Mgeladze. The main value of the product is natural way of producing, using minimal technological interference and rejecting any chemical or natural additives. Name Artizani comes from a French word, which means master …

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The Economist on Georgian Wine: Vintage Past, Rosé Future

This week Georgia became the first guest wine region at the shiny new Cité de Vin museum in Bordeaux. Georgians have been making wine for 8,000 years. Though debate still swirls over whether that makes them the oldest winemakers, the drink is central to their culture. The national wine agency …

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Georgian Wines Tasting in Amsterdam

Georgian wine in Amsterdam

At a Georgian wines tasting held recently in Amsterdam, Dutch sommeliers tried various parings. The winner was Satrapezo Saperavi Qvevri 2014 pairing with wild goose. The event was attended by local sommeliers, journalists and wine writers. “Sommeliers from Western Europe have a general interest in our wines but they need …

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Kolkhetian Vine and Wine Association Established in Georgia

Kolkhetian Vine and Wine Association was founded in Zugdidi. Together with the initiative group of winemakers and vendors, the association is the founder of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia. The aim of the Association is to support the restoration of Kolkhetian vine species (colony, …

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Georgian Wine Tasting Held in Amsterdam

Georgian wine tasting was held in the Capital of Netherlands. Local sommeliers, journalists and wine writers attended the event. As Head of Marketing and Public Relations Department of National Wine Agency Irakli Cholobargia stated, based on international tendencies and statistics of wine consumption, the Dutch market is quite promising for …

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Vintage Past, Rosé Future: Georgian Wine

Vintage Past, Rosé Future: Georgian Wine

​This week Georgia became the first guest wine region at the shiny new Cité de Vin museum in Bordeaux. Georgians have been making wine for 8,000 years. Though debate still swirls over whether that makes them the oldest winemakers, the drink is central to their culture. The national wine agency …

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Natural, Family Wine Produced at Tedo’s Cellar

The interest towards family and natural wines increases day by day, accordingly, the number of small cellars is growing. Tedo’s Cellar is a family cellar that produces qvevri wines accordance bio standards. every work is done by family membery, Tedo’s daughter Eto Gzirishvili works on branding direction with her spouse. …

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Badagoni Wins Grand Gold Medal in Italy

First time in Georgian wine history,Badagoni wine- Saperavi Reserve gained the supreme award Grand Gold at the cometiotion called “Mondial des Vins Extrêmes Cervim” in Italy. This is unprecedented occasion for Georgian wine, they say at the company. Competition is held by support O.I.V. (International Organisation of Vine and Wine). …

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Vinoge Reveales Top 5 Georgian Wines of July 2017

Wine club Vinoge named top 5 Georgian Wines for July, 2017. Focusing on amber wines. Kisi traditional, Lukasi, 2015 Cellar Lukasi ripened Kisi on chacha, following Kakhetian traditional rule, picked in Argokhi. The wine spent a year in the oak. It’s an amber wine, with very effective first sweet flavor, …

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