Exports of sparkling wine have surpassed the pre-pandemic mark. In particular, according to Geostat, in January-September of this year, Georgia exported $ 3.003 million worth of products abroad.
In Italy, on October 23, 2021, at the competition of cultural routes held by the Council of Europe, the wine company "Shumi" won the international title "Best Archaeobotanical Practice in Wine Tourism".
Georgian wine will be sold in a Michelin 3-star restaurant in Spain. Restaurant "Arzak" is located in the Basque region, in the city of San Sebastian.
At the event held at the Georgian restaurant "Chama Mama" in New York, 120 Georgian wines were presented by 10 local importers, which are already successfully sold in the US market.
Last year, French investor Jacques Flourier, who has been based in Georgia for 25 years, planted table grape vineyards in Sartichala, a 30-minute drive from Tbilisi.
In order to popularize Georgian culture in Japan, at the initiative of the Embassy of Georgia, the club "Tamada" was established, which currently has more than 500 members.
Revenue from wine exported from Georgia in January-September this year reached 168 million US dollars, which is 11% more than the same period last year, and the amount of wine exported increased by 12%.
George Grey Winery launched the production of blue wine KESANE amid the pandemic in 2021. Despite the harsh times in the business sector, Georgia Grey Winery bottled blue Wine KESANE by the combination of white and black grapes.