The esteemed British wine magazine, Club Oenologique, has recently showcased Georgia's rich winemaking tradition in its pages.
Scheduled for October 14, Gurjaani, the epicenter of winemaking, will proudly host its wine festival for the fifth consecutive year.
The illustrious International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) is set to inaugurate its 2024 Wine Awards in the revered viticultural landscape of Georgia
In a bid to broaden the horizons of wine connoisseurs and expand its market reach, Georgia, backed by the National Wine Agency,
Tsinandali Estate and Silk Road Group proudly announce the inaugural Tsinandali Wine Symposium on November 3-4, a collaboration with the renowned Swiss association, Grand Jury Du Vin.
Bank of Georgia, a robust private financial entity, persists in its active endorsement of eco-conscious initiatives. To further this commitment, a collaborative venture has been undertaken with "Wine Kakheti," leading to the installation of solar panels.
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.