Between January and August, Georgia witnessed a robust increase in wine exports, generating revenues of $169.33 million—a 15.6% uptick compared to the same timeframe last year.
Tbilvino, a trailblazing wine-producing company in Georgia, is currently paying winegrowers 1.15 GEL per kilogram for Rkatsiteli grapes.
With the endorsement of the National Wine Agency, Georgia distinguished itself as this year's honored guest at the Daejeon International Wine Festival in the Republic of Korea.
Georgian winery Teliani Valley is making international strides, solidifying its global footprint with the opening of a new representative office in Berlin, Germany, under the name Teliani Europe GmbH.
In the Kvareli Municipality of Kakheti, Georgia's prime wine-growing region, a critical meeting unfolded between local winegrowers and Otar Shamugia, the Minister of Environment Protection and Agriculture.
Georgia Allocates 15 Million GEL for International Promotion of Its Wine Industry, Says Agriculture Minister Shamugia
This year, the Georgian government is earmarking approximately 15 million GEL to bolster the international presence of the country's wines, announced Otar Shamugia, the Minister of Agriculture.
On Zandukeli Street in Tbilisi, Sulico Wine Bar stands out as a beacon for those who relish in an extensive range of wine offerings paired with delicacies imbued with Georgian nuances.
The Bank of Georgia, renowned for its commitment to fostering regional business development, has continued to actively facilitate new ventures.
The National Wine Agency recently sponsored a group of American wine professionals on an informative tour throughout Georgia.