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Tbilisi to Host Wine and Alcohol Spirits 11th International Fair

WinExpo Georgia will host the 11th International Wine and Spirits fair on June 14-16. WinExpo is the only trade exhibition in Georgia focusing on wine, alcoholic beverages and services related to these sectors. According to the organizers, additional events will be held in parallel with traditional trade exhibition. “One of the …

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Wine Company Shatro Valley to Launch in Ambrolauri

The enterprise owned by “Shatro Valley” will start receiving and processing grape from October, – Rostom Kobakhidze, the founder of company told BM.ge. The factory is currently being built in the village of Sadmeli in Ambrolauri, The company will process 100 tons of grapes at the season, which will be …

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Georgian Wine Month to Take Place in the US in June

In June,  large-scale tasting of Georgian wines are going to be held in the cities of the US. Wine professionals   will be able to taste Georgian wines of different varieties in New York, San Francisco, Houston and Portland, which will be organized by  the National Wine Agency contractor companies “Tastingwork” …

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Badagoni Wine Receives Four Gold Medals in Poland

Badagoni

Badagoni, Georgian wine company received four gold medals at once at the Wine Competition GALICJA VITIS 2018 held in Poland. At the International Wine Competition GALICJA VITIS 2018 held in Poland, Badagoni wines have been awarded with 4 gold medals! “Kakhetian Noble” and “Alaverdi Tradition” have been honoured to receive Grand …

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Visit and learn what the Wine Yard N1 offers you in Kakheti

Visit and learn what the Wine Yard N1 offers you in Kakheti

Winemaking, culinary, local folklore, family farming – If you are looking for a similar location, you should visit Wine Yard N1. It is a touristic place in Kakheti, which combines family type Marani (Georgian wine cellar) of three generations, house and yard. The main intention of the touristic object, which …

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Georgian Wine Export Grown by 27% within The 5 Months of 2018

According to the LEPL National Wine Agency, in January – May 2018, 31,5 mil. bottles (0,75l)  of wine have been exported to 46 countries worldwide, that is 27% higher than the similar data of 2017. Totally,  75,3 million USD worth of wine have been exported, that is 36% higher than …

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Winemaker in Canada to Ferment Wine in Georgian Qvevri

A total of 55 Qvevris were exported to Canada from Georgia, namely to the city of Vancouver. Georgian winemaker Sandro Milorava has assisted Pascal Roy, a restaurant owner in Canada, to transport 55 Qvevris to Canada. The clay vessels were made in western Georgia. The Qvevris will reach Canada in …

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Vine Realization Launched at Agroservice Center

Vine realization has started at the Agroservice Center of the Ministry of Agriculture. Farmers have the opportunity to engage in the promotion of cultivation of vine and get 70% of co-financing. The goal of the program is to support the development of viticulture. The price of vine seedling is 3 …

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Tvisi – Combination of Wine and Art in one Concept

Preface: “When a man needs, a brother must act brotherly to brother and his own” – Shota Rustaveli, “The Knight in the Panther’s Skin”. “Tvisi” (one’s own, relative) – a company that combines wine and art into one concept. Giorgi Gegelia and TikoDarsavelidze had the idea of establishing the company, …

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National Geographic Traveler: Georgian Wine is an Entirely Different Experience

“Sipping a deep, orange-coloured Georgian wine is an entirely different experience to drinking a glass of sauvignon blanc — and not just if you happen to be sitting overlooking the mountain-backed vines of the country’s Kakheti wine region, – reads the new article in National Geographic Traveler.  This is the starting sentence of article …

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Georgia wins 97 Awards at Decanter World Wine Awards Including Platinum

The 2018 Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA) results were officially announced recently. This year, Georgian wines won 97 awards, which is more than last year’s result (68 awards). Maranuli’s Qvevri Kisi 2017 was awarded the highest award – a platinum medal in the category “Best Value” (Value Platinum).  At the …

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