Wine production is gaining momentum in Georgia, underpinned by the growing harvest and demand from international markets.
The Guramishvili’s Marani Grand Reserve Brut 2015, the Sparkling Wine by Guramishvili’s Marani company has won a golden medal at Sakura Awards in Japan.
In 2019, 94 million bottles (0.75 L) of wine were exported to 53 countries from Georgia.
Georgian startup Vault Wines has presented a wine authentication and winemaking asset management program within the Davos World Economic Forum.
Chemical evidence of wine, dating back to 6000–5800 BC (the early Neolithic period), was obtained from residues of ancient pottery excavated in the archeological sites.
A premium Georgian qvevri wine has been introduced at Japan Airlines First Class Lounge.
Julie Peterson, the head of the National Wine Agency contractor American marketing company Mark Energy, met with representatives of about 60 Georgian wine companies