After more than a year of active preparations, the first ever Georgian Qveveri Museum and Marani was open on the territory of the Plumpton Agricultural College.
Within the project "Georgia- Homeland of Wine", Georgian Evening "Tamada" was held in Tokyo, which was led by writer Zurab Qarumidze.
Within the frames of Exhibition “Georgia Homeland of Wine” in Tokyo, the only wine master of wine in Japan, Kenichi Ohashi, introduced the presentation of Georgian wine for Japanese wine professionals.
Within the frames of the project “Georgia – Homeland of Wine”, presentation about tourism potential of Georgia was held for the representatives of Japanese tourist companies at Terrada Republic / TMMT Hall, Tokyo.
Georgian wine tasting-seminar was held in Naha, Japan, which was headed by the head of the National Wine Agency Contractor marketing company “Red Bridge”.
Georgian wine was presented at the annual festival “Salon Bacchus” in Toulon, France. Wine companies from different countries of the world participated in the festival.