"Twins Wine House", which has been producing Kvevri wine for 25 years in Kakheti, namely in Napareuli, expanded its sales market this year and entered the markets of Sweden, America and France.
"In recent years, large investments have been made in the cultivation of vineyards," Ambrolauri Mayor Zviad Mkheidze said.
It all started with the fact that the founders of Twins Wine House, Gela and Gia Gazitulashvili, decided to open an educational center due to the lack of qualified staff, academic experience, and the material base.
Within the framework of the Georgian Wine Week, a tasting of Georgian wines from 10 small wineries was held at three different locations in Berlin.
18 wineries from Georgia participated at RAW Wine Berlin with the support of the National Wine Agency. This was the largest presentation of Georgian Kvevri wine cellars.
Monika Sandodze decided to use the experience she gained while studying in France and started distilling the lilac flower.
The Georgian Kvevri, as a wine monument, was erected in the center of Merano, one of the oldest cities in Italy.
In Stockholm, at the international food and wine exhibition Stockholm Food and Wine, seven Georgian wine-producing companies took part.