Levan Davitashvili: Our Priority is Grape's Quality Over Quantity This Year

At the meeting with representatives of the wine industry, the Minister of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia, Levan Davitashvili discussed the prospects for long-term development of the sector.

GWS Becomes Major Producer of Khvanchkara Wine

GWS has become a major producer of Khvanchkara wines. Georgian Wine and Spirits Company (GWS) has bought Zedashe enterprise and its vineyards of 9 hectares in the Racha Region.

Tradition of Qvevri Making Granted the Status of Cultural Heritage Monument

The order of the Director General of the National Agency for the Protection of Cultural Heritage has already been published in the Legislative Herald.

Wine Yard N1 Develops New Direction

Family tourism company Wine Yard N1 has developed new directions, such as international projects with a focus on informal education, cultural exchange.

Forum on the Growth of Georgian Wine Exports to the US Market Held

Growth trends of Georgian wine exports to America and prospects for the next decade were discussed on an online forum. Levan Mekhuzla, Head of the National Wine Agency, took part in the forum, which was initiated by the America-Georgia Business Council.

Zviad Kordzadze’s Barbales Marani Introduces Blackberry Wines in Sales Networks

Barbales Marani has introduced blackberry wines in sales networks. The product is also sold on online platforms.

Kenichi Ohashi to Lead the Georgian Wine Marketing Campaign in Japan

The marketing campaign for Georgian wine in Japan will be led by the only wine master - Kenichi Ohashi, and the marketing and advertising activities will be carried out by the company "Red Bridge" under his leadership.

Kindzmarauli Wine Village to Build in Kvareli

Kindzmarauli Wine Village will be built in Kvareli, which, according to the founder of KTW group, Zurab Chkhaidze is a challenge for the company.

Wine Under Otia's Ezo Brand to Enter Italy, France and Japan

Otia Ioseliani will export wine made in Otia Yard in Tskaltubo. According to Otia Ioseliani, the founder of the farm, Otia's Ezo brand wine will be sold in Italy, France and Japan.