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Badagoni Cannot Export Wine to China

Badagoni Cannot Export Wine to China

Wine producing company “Badagoni” announces review of agreements with international partners. The company says that the company fulfils existing commitments towards employees and partners in the emergency mode. According to them, they do not have a contract with China now, at the same time agreements are reviewed with other international …

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Badagoni Temporarily Suspends Operation of Tbilisi Headquarters

As Giorgi Salakaia, owner and founder of the Badagoni wine company, said at a press conference, the company headquarters in Tbilisi would be closed in the framework of crisis management regime. The company’s management will temporarily move to Kakheti region, where two Badagoni’s enterprises are located. Badagoni will continue to …

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Business Ombudsman Releases Statement on Developments around Badagoni

Irakli Lekvinadze

According to our information, Tbilisi-based head office of Badagoni will temporarily move to the region, where the company owns two enterprises, Business Ombudsman Irakli Lekvinadze made this statement regarding Badagoni and noted that he had contacted the current owner of the company in the morning of March 5. Activities of …

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Head of Badagoni Rejected Accusations

Two plants of Badagoni wine company suspended operation on February 7, after the investigators from the Ministry of Finance showed up at the company headquarters in the morning. Officers of Investigation Service of Finance Ministry are studying financial documentation in the framework of a criminal case involving the misappropriation of …

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Badagoni Exported Largest Volume of Georgian Wine

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Georgia in 2017 exported a record number of wine over past 30 years – 76,7 million bottles to 53 countries. With 2017’s sales reaching 7 million bottles, Badagoni wine company appears to be the leader among 250 Georgian wine exporter companies, and is one of the major contributors to huge …

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Badagoni Opens Logistics Center in Germany

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Badagoni strong drinks production company has opened logistics center in Germany to distribute products to 12 European countries. The company director Giorgi Salakaia told BM.ge that the logistics center launched operation at the beginning of 2017 and it has alleviated operating components in Europe. The company’s workload was employed by …

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Badagoni Opens Georgian Cultural Center in China

Badagoni Opens Georgian Cultural Center in China

A new Center of Georgian Culture in China was opened by Badagoni wine company in partnership with its local partner in China. The Georgian cultural center in the city of Taixing (Jiangsu province) is situated in an attractive building of original design, with a considerable adjacent territory. The roomy halls are equipped …

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Georgian Wine Company Badagoni Wins Three Medals in London

Georgian wine company Badagoni has won three medals at The World’s Finest Glass of Bubbly Awards 2017 held in London. Judged by 36 of the world’s top wine professionals over two days, Badagoni received Silver Medal Dessert Bubbly: Rose and Maestro Saperavi, Silver Medal Winners Creamy: Brut. Each wine went through a detailed tasting …

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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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Gov’t not to Subsidize Winegrowers

Gov’t not to Subsidize Winegrowers

Business community positively assess the Georgian government intention to stop subsidizing viticulture. According to Zurab Ramazashvili, the head of Telavi Wine Cellar company, this is the right decision, and if the subsidies are really canceled, the pricing in the industry will be carried out according to market principles and will …

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