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Georgian Wines Received Highest Awards at the Competition in Japan

According to the National Wine Agency, Georgian wines of various denominations in Japan, international competition “Sakura” won following awards: 2 double gold, 15 gold and 7 silver medals. The double golden owners became “Shalva Gvaramadze’s Winemaking” – “Saperavi” and “Winemaking Vaziani” line “Makashvili Wine Cellar” – “Kisi 2017”. The 6th …

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Trading Space Opens for Georgian Products in Belarus

The Center of Georgian Culture will open in Minsk, the capital city of Belarus, where Georgian products will be sold. The Government of Georgia will spend 600 000 USD on repairing and equipping the building, which will be managed by Georgian Natural Products, subsidiary of Partnership Fund of Georgia. This …

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Schuchmann Wines Georgia Plans to Develop Medical Tourism

The company Schuchmann Wines Georgia plans to develop medical tourism, for which the rehabilitation-recreational complex will be built. General Director Nutsa Abramishvili announced about the news at BM.ge. The complex will receive guests from 2020, currently working on the design is underway at the company; Accordingly, the investment cost of …

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6,6 Million GEL Allocated for Georgian Wine Popularization on International Market

6,6 million GEL is planned to be spent for Georgian wine popularization on international market. National Wine Agency is waiting for consent from the Procurement Agency. In this regard, in 2019, an international tasting, competitions, international conferences, exhibitions and press tours will be arranged in 15 countries. Besides, conducting media campaigns, advertisements and market …

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Vazisubani Estate Launches Logistic Center in Europe

This year, the company Vazisubani Estate plans to open a warehouse in Germany, from which the company will be able to deliver the product in all European cities. Executive Director of company Giorgi Mshvidobadze told BM.ge about it. According to him, the warehouse will be placed in Hanover and will …

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Azerbaijan Increases Wine Imports from Georgia

Azerbaijan has increased import of Georgian wine, having acquired 197,724 bottles of wine last year, the Georgian National Wine Agency reported. In annual comparison, wine import from a neighboring country grew by 40 percent. In 2018, Georgia exported 86.2 million bottles of wine to 53 countries, that is 13 percent more …

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Challenges, Success and Plans – Wine Business Appraise 2018

The Caucasus Business Week (CBW) has inquired how the winemaking business appraises the year of 2018. The unsubsidized vintage in 2018, wine exports, the penetration of new markets, measures for the popularization of Georgian wines; this is a list of key directions that the LEPL National Wine Agency of Agriculture …

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Georgian Wine Exports increased by 378% in Switzerland

The demand for Georgian wines between export markets increased in Switzerland in 2018. In one of the most developed countries this year, Georgian wine exports increased by 378% and reached 25 350 bottles. In Switzerland, the Georgian-Swiss Business Association has contributed to the promotion of Georgia and Georgian wine. By …

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Typical Characteristics of Saperavi variety Been Identified

The basic typical organoleptic characteristics (markers) of Georgia’s Saperavi variety have been identified by Georgian Sommelier Association with the support of National Wine Agency and Wine Laboratory Ltd. Within the frames of the International Sommelier Association (A.S.I.) 49th General Assembly held in Tbilisi, was arranged International Session of organoleptic identification …

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Summary of Year in Wine by National Wine Agency

According to the head of the National Wine Agency Levan Mukhuzla, Georgian wine will be sold in Scandinavia, Canada and Switzerland from 2019. In  Levan Mukhuzla’s words, work is underway to release Georgian wine on the market where it has not been presented that is associated with difficulties. In  January-November …

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