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Georgian Wine Sales Growing in All Export Markets

Georgian Wine Sales Growing in All Export Markets

Georgian wine sales are  growing in all export markets – Giorgi Samanishvili, Director of  the National Wine Agency, told Commersant. Samanishvili says that compared with the same period of  last year sales have increased  45% in 4 months. According to him, traditional markets were suffering difficulties, namely inflation, atthe beginning …

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Teliani Valley Plans to Attract $13 Million from the Shareholders

Wine producer Teliani Valley declares about the placement of shares. The company plans to place not more than 200 million pieces of shares with voting right, which might be purchased merely by the shareholders. Nominal value on per share is 0.065 USD, respectively the company will be able to attract 13 …

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Giorgi Samanishvili: Georgian Wine Exports Grow in All Directions

Giorgi Samanishvili: Georgian Wine Exports Grow in All Directions

The national wine agency has published the statistics proving the wine exports has increased in the January to April period. In his interview with the Business Morning Giorgi Samanishvili, the head of National Wine Agency of Georgia, overviews exports and domestic markets. –Mr. Giorgi, what steps has the national wine …

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Georgia’s Wine and Spirits Export Data for 4 Months

Georgia's Wine and Spirits Export Data for 4 Months

According to National Wine Agency (NWA) data, 11 581 031  bottles of wine (0.75l) was exported to 30 countries worldwide in January-April, 2016, that is 45% higher, than the data of the previous year. 26.99 mil. USD worth of  wine was exported  in the  period under review, which is 15% higher, …

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The Underground World of Georgian Wine

When you arrive at passport control in the Tbilisi airport, a border agent checks your documents, gives you a once-over, and hands you a bottle of wine. I’m not actually sure if this is always the case, but it was when I landed in the world’s self-proclaimed “Cradle of Wine” …

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Georgian Sommelier Association to Certify First Official Sommeliers in Georgia

Today Holiday Inn hotel is hosting Georgia’s first sommeliers’ certifying tests. The Tbilisi Wine School students will take theoretical and practical exams for 2 days. Successful students will officially obtain the status of a sommelier or the status of an sommelier assistant. These titles have been recognized by the Georgian Sommeliers …

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Market Needs To Subsidize Grape: Nutsa Abramishvili

Nutsa Abramishvili

According to the National Wine Agency, in January to March 2016, Georgia exported 7 694 748 bottles of wines to 26 countries, up 51% compared to the same period of 2015. Total value of the exports marked 18 144 738 USD, up 20% compared to the same period of 2014. …

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London Hosts Georgian Wines Tasting and the Georgian Supra Event

Georgian wine

The Real Wine Fair, the natural wines international exhibition, held in London, the United Kingdom. By support of LEPL National Wine Agency of the Georgian Agriculture Ministry, seven Georgian winemaking companies producing natural wines have taken part in the exhibition – Pheasant’s Tears, Golden Wine, The Nikoladzes’ Marani, Mandili, Iago Wine, …

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Georgian Wine is Represented at the Wine and Gourmet Japan 2016

Georgian Wine is Represented at the Wine and Gourmet Japan 2016

Georgian wine is represented at another big exhibition. This time — Wine and Gourmet Japan 2016. Tbilvino, Wineman, Bagrationi, Kindzmarauli, Tsereteli Wine and Alcohol Beverage Company, Maranuli Dugladze Wines & spirits and Besini are represented on the Japaneze exhibition. Ambassadorof Georgia in China, Davit Aptsiauri and representatives of National Wine Agency …

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12 Top D.C. Restaurants Featuring Georgian Wine This Spring

Leading D.C. Sommeliers and Chef’s are Urging Washingtonians to Discover Georgia: the Birthplace of Wine and the Next Big Wine Region. Georgia, the country not the state, boasts the oldest winemaking tradition in the world dating back 8,000 years, 525 unique varietals and downright delicious wines. The Wall Street Journal’s just asked …

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