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Georgian Wine Tasting held in Fukuoka, Port City of Japan

Georgian wine tasting was held in Fukuoka, port city of Japan, which is considered as important industrial center of the country. The event was organized by the head of the National Wine Agency contractor marketing company Red Bridge, master of wine Kenichi Ohashi. Tasting of Georgian wine was led by …

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Japan Emerges as the Second Biggest Export Market for Georgian Wines

“This year Chateau Mukhrani prioritizes to penetrate Japanese market. Therefore, the company plans to boost marketing activities in Japan”, Chateau Mukhrani global brand manager Giorgi Apkhazava told BM.Ge. “The company director general Patrick Honeff will visit Japan to introduce our wines to HoReCa and hotel networks. This is widespread practice. …

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The Pataridzes’ Rachuli Goes On Sale in USA

Pataridze Rachuli

The Pataridzes’ Rachuli, exclusive wine made at the Pataridzes’ family wine cellar, are sold in California and New York, the USA. The company founder Shorena Pataridze told BM.GE that they have inherited winemaking technology form grandfather, who was winegrower and used to make traditional semisweet Khvanchkara. Descendants have enriched the …

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The Georgian Wine Development Strategy Pepared

With the support of the German government, the Georgian wine development strategy was prepared in the National Wine Agency. The document was prepared with the support of integrated expert of Center for International Migration and Development (CIM) of German International Cooperation (GIZ) – Berthold Zaitz, who was the advisor of …

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Successful Year of Georgian Wine

National Wine Agency of Georgia evaluated 2017 year in wine and its highlights with CBW. The recognition of the world scientific community that the ancient trace of winemaking is found on the territory of Georgia, from which it spread throughout the world.  On November 13, the PNAS published an article …

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Georgian Wine Among 8 Food and Drink Predictions for 2018

Leading resource for business intelligence in the foodservice industry, Nation’s Restaurant News has published an article listing eight food and drink predictions for the year of 2018, one of which is Georgian wine. Every year, NRN senior food editor Bret Thorn shares his food and beverage predictions for the coming 12 …

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Guinness Book of Records Lists Georgian Wine as World’s Oldest Wine

After the recently announced findings of international group of scientists on archaeological evidence discovered near Tbilisi,  the Georgian wine was included in the Guinness Book of World Records as “the oldest wine”. “Chemical evidence of wine, dating back to 6000–5800 BC, was obtained from residues of ancient pottery excavated in …

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Georgian Wine Breaks Guinness World Record

Georgian wine has just broken Guinness world record, official webpage announced. Chemical evidence of wine, dating back to 6000–5800 BC, was obtained from residues of ancient pottery excavated in the archeological sites of Gadachrili Gora and Shulaveris Gora, about 50 km south of Tbilisi in Georgia. The wine residues were …

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Record number of Georgian wine companies take part in ProWine China

A record 33 Georgian wine companies are participating in ProWine China in Shanghai – that’s 3 companies more than last year. One of largest wine fairs in China is open on 14-16 November in Shanghai’s SNIEC exhibition centre. The full list of Georgian companies represented at ProWine China follows below. …

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Georgia increases wine export by 59%

According to official data, Georgia has exported about 61 million bottles of wine between January-October 2017, which is 59 percent more in comparison with the same period last year. Income from wine export equaled $134,6 million that is 52 percent more than the same period last year,” the National Wine …

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Georgia – Cradle of Wine Coming Up Exhibitions

“Cité des civilisations du Vin” exhibition “Georgia – the cradle of wine” was closed solemnly in the city of Bordeaux, France. The exhibition lasted for three months and Georgia was the first invited and the host country. Following the “Cité des civilisations du Vin”  of Bordeaux, similar exhibitions will be held …

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