With the support of the National Wine Agency, a 10-member group of British wine professionals visited Georgia, including sommeliers, wine importers, and media representatives.
"Compared to 2021, this year the company's demand from the European market has increased by 30-40%. We did not expect such high growth.''
Kvevri wine "Khomlis Usakhelouri" and "Tsolikauri" is sold for several hundred pounds at the HEDONISM wine boutique in London.
As a result of long-term cooperation and work between the Embassy of Georgia in Qatar and the Qatar Distribution Company, Georgian wine was exported from Georgia to Qatar for the first time.
The founder of the Wine Bolnisi Association, Guram Avkopashvili, predicted that the 2022 harvest will be a success in the municipality of Bolnisi.
Teliani Valley won the awards and received international recognition at the International Wine Challenge 2022.
The competition tasting was held in Mainz, Germany and its goal was to select the best wines from Georgia and promote them on the German market.
Vintage First appeared on the Georgian market. The union of small cellars presents 4 types of wine made from Kartli and Kakhetian grapes.
The International exhibition The Artisan Wine Fair "RAW" was held in London, the UK on May 14-15, with the participation of 9 Qvevri wine companies from Georgia, with the support of the National Wine Agency.