Georgian Wine Exports Surge by 22% in Early 2024

In a positive trend for the Georgian wine industry, exports have shown significant growth at the start of 2024.

Georgian Wine 'Khomli Ushelouri' Set for German Debut, Following Success in London

Khomli Ushelouri, recognized as Georgia's most expensive wine, is set to make its mark in Germany come spring.

Georgian Wine Exports See Rise in Value Despite Drop in Volume

In 2023, Georgian wine has witnessed an increase in its export value, ranking it second among Georgia's export products. Official statistics reveal that in the first 11 months of 2023, Georgia exported 83.1 tons of wine valued at $239.3 million.

Color as Character of Wine — Pery

Pery, a Georgian wine brand established by Rezi Tsetskhladze, has brought a vivid burst of color to the wine industry.

Bank of Georgia Issued ₾1 Million Credit for Winery Development in Co-Financing Project

Aleksandre Melkadze, head of agribusiness banking services at Bank of Georgia, recently shared insights into a new co-financing initiative aimed at bolstering the winery sector.

"Davit Nozadze: Harvesting Joy from a Year of Hard Work"

Since 2007, modern farmer Davit Nozadze has been cultivating corn and wheat in the village of Afeni, located in the Lagodekhi distric

IWSC 2024: Georgia to Host Prestigious International Wine Competition

Georgia is set to host the esteemed IWSC Wine Judging competition for the second time, with an impressive lineup of 520 wines from over 170 companies registered for the event. This year's participation marks a record high for the competition.

Tsinandali Wine Symposium Unfolds in Georgia

The inaugural Tsinandali Wine Symposium, a notable addition to the rich heritage of the Tsinandali Estate, was held on November 3-4, marking a high point in its storied chronicle.

Georgian Winemaking Poised for Global Acclaim, "Chelti" Eyes Top Prize at IWSC

Georgian winemaking is on the brink of becoming a world leader in the international market, a potential that seems boundless.