10 containers loaded with Georgian wine were registered in the Tbilisi economic zone today. The products are intended for Georgian wine houses in China.
The Georgian Wine House is a joint venture of the Georgian Tbilinvest Group and the Chinese Suolun company.
The event was attended by Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Genadi Arveladze, Georgian Deputy Minister of Agriculture Levan Davitashvili and President of Georgian Chamber of Commerce Nino Chikovani.
As Nino Chikovani said, 10 containers will be exported at this stage and the process will continue, as the Chinese market is very important for Georgian exporters.
Davit Ebralidze, head of the Tbilinvest Group, said that 50 Georgian wine houses are planned to be opened in China within one year and 2 million bottles of Georgian wine will be exported.
“The first Georgian Wine House was opened in the city of Yu in July 2015. Georgian wine soon become popular and we are going to open many more such houses in different cities of China”, he said.
Source: Hvino News