Struggling Wine Industry- Sales Fell by 10-15% in Georgia

The wine industry is struggling. The Minister of Agriculture told reporters that the pandemic had reduced wine sales by 10-15%.

Government to Subsidize Vintage with GEL 60 Million

The government will subsidize the vintage with 60 million GEL. Co-financing does not apply to Saperavi and other rare varieties, which are already in high demand.

Small Wineries Expect 40% Reduction in Wine Sales in 2020

Small wineries expect a 40% reduction in wine sales this year.

Deputy Agriculture Minister: Lower Wine Export Cannot Dramatize Situation

COVID-19 has damaged small wine cellars. Winemakers bear losses as a result of declining wine exports and tourist inflows.

Measures in Support of Winemaking in the Midst of a Pandemic Crisis

While expecting huge gape yield this year, Government of Georgia is starting preparation for the harvest.

Preparation for Vintage in Georgia has Begun

An abundant harvest is expected on the vintage this year. The government has already started working on the project.

Tsarapi - Sakpatenti Registered a New Appellation of Origin for Wine

National Intellectual Property Center of Georgia registered new wine - Tsarapi to Protected Designations of Origin.

Khetsuriani Sommelier School Gives Online Wine Classes

The Khetsuriani Sommelier School and the Georgian Sommelier Association are launching online wine courses. For each webinar, the trainees will receive theoretical material in advance; all lecturers will work in Live.

Exports of Georgian Wine Grow in the United States

Georgian wine producers participated in the International “Wine Expo New York” Exhibition of Wine and alcoholic beverages held in New York.