RAW Wine Exhibition in Los Angeles: A Triumph for Georgian Wineries and Their Natural Wines

Eight Georgian wineries showcased their natural, organic, and biodynamic wines at the RAW Wine exhibition in Los Angeles, presenting visitors with a taste of ancient traditions and history of production.

Tbilvino Expands Assortment with New Grape Varieties

Georgian wine production company, Tbilvino, is set to diversify its wine assortment with the addition of new grape varieties

Georgia's Wine Exports Surge to Over $56 Million in Q1 2023

In the first quarter of 2023, Georgia's wine exports surged to over $56 million, a significant increase compared to the same period last year.

Amber Wine Festival in Verona Showcases Georgia's Rich Wine Culture

Verona, Italy hosted the Amber Wine Festival on April 3, featuring a wide selection of natural amber wine from various countries, including Georgia.

From Shida Kartli to the World: The Rise of Barbales Marni Wines

After gaining popularity in the United States, "Barbales Marni" has now piqued the interest of the Canadian market. The founder of the winery, Zviad Kordzadze, shared this exciting news on the program "Business Rustavi 2".

Georgian Wine Exports Increasingly Dependent on Russia

The dependence of Georgian wine on the Russian market is growing stronger. According to data from Geostat for January-February, Russia's share of the wine export basket has increased to 69.2%, up from 60.4% during the same period in 2022.

Georgian Wine Producers Showcase Their Products at Vinexpo New York

26 Georgian wine producing companies participate in the Vinexpo New York to expand their export markets and gain knowledge about the trends and challenges of the world wine market.

MadaMwine Starts Exporting Wine for Women to Singapore

Negotiations with Singapore have been successfully concluded and an agreement has been signed to initially export 1,200 bottles of wine.

The 2023 Budget for Promoting Georgian Wine Set at GEL 14 Million

The National Wine Agency plans to actively promote Georgian wine in the United States, Great Britain, Germany, Poland, the Baltic countries, China, South Korea, and Japan in 2023.