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.
Since 2007, modern farmer Davit Nozadze has been cultivating corn and wheat in the village of Afeni, located in the Lagodekhi distric
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.
Georgian winemaking is on the brink of becoming a world leader in the international market, a potential that seems boundless.
Wine consultant and former BBC editor, David Kermode, is slated to join the panel for the IWSC 2024 Wine Judging in Georgia.
Georgia has secured its position among the world's leading bottled wine exporters, now ranking 15th out of 50 nations
"Gvaramadze Winery" is actively exploring avenues to broaden its export horizons.
Interview with Christelle Guibert, CEO of International Wine and Spirits Competition (IWSC).