Wine

Otar Shamugia: We Implement New Reforms to Increase Quality of Georgian Wine

Otar Shamugia, The Minister of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia spoke about the successes in the field of winemaking and viticulture while addressing the Parliament.

Bolnisi Exports15,000 Bottles of Wine to Poland This Year

15,000 bottles of Bolnisi wine from 20 cellars will be exported to Poland this year. The union of Bolnisi wineries achieved the result at an exhibition tasting held in Poland.

Tchrebalo Cellar Opens Tasting Space and Restaurant in Summer

"Tchrebalo Cellar" is a small boutique cellar, which has been producing high-quality wines from the Racha-Lechkhumi region since 2019.

National Wine Agency Rejected 6 Companies during Quality Control

To control the quality of wine and spirits, in the first quarter of 2022, inspections were carried out at 25 wine companies, 83 samples were taken, and 6 companies were refused certification.

Iago's Wine Plans to Sell Wines on Local Market from 2025

Iago's Wine will be sold on the Georgian market from 2025. As Iago Bitarishvili, the founder of Iago's Wine states, they will put it up on sale in niche places, for example, in wine bars.

Women in Wine Expo 2022 - Georgia to Host the First Global Initiative in Europe

Women in Wine Expo is the first global initiative in Europe to appear on the world map in 2019, bringing together professional winemakers from the East and West.

Tbilvino Suspends Economic Relations with Russia

After the 2006 embargo, one of our strategic goal was to reduce and diversify our share on the Russian market.

Wine Ties Launches First Georgian Wine NFT

Wine Ties is a small wine brand based in Georgia, the oldest wine-producing country. In 2018 the idea was created and soon after their first official bottle was produced.

Levan Mekhuzla: Our Main Goal is to Promote Diversification of Georgian Wine Markets

Levan Mekhuzla, Chairman of the National Wine Agency, met with representatives of about 70 major wine exporting companies and introduced requirements related to participation in the new program.