Posted: 1 year ago

Georgian Wine Producers Showcase Their Products at Vinexpo New York

The participation of 26 Georgian wine producing companies in the "Vinexpo New York" exhibition was a significant achievement for the Georgian wine industry, as it provided a platform for Georgian wines to be showcased to an international audience. With the support of the National Wine Agency, the Georgian wine companies were able to present their products to potential buyers, importers, and distributors, in order to expand their reach in the United States market.

Participation in such international exhibitions is crucial for the diversification of wine markets and export growth. It allows Georgian companies to learn about new trends and challenges in the global wine market, and to identify new trade partners. The United States is a particularly important market for Georgian wine, and participating in "Vinexpo New York" provides Georgian wine companies with a valuable opportunity to strengthen their position in the US market.

During the exhibition, representatives of the National Wine Agency met with importers of Georgian wine, as well as representatives of marketing and distribution companies. Discussions focused on the strategy for promoting Georgian wine sales, which includes strengthening the positions of Georgian wine in both the "niche" segment and trade networks. By establishing strong relationships with potential buyers and distributors, Georgian wine companies hope to expand their presence in the US market.

In recent years, the Georgian government has implemented various measures to support the wine industry, and these efforts have helped to increase the awareness of Georgian wine in the United States. As a result, the export of Georgian wine to the US market has been steadily growing over the past 8 years. In 2022, Georgia exported a historic maximum of 1 million liters of wine to the United States, which represents a 28% increase compared to the previous year. With the continued support of the Georgian government, the country's wine industry is poised for even greater success in the future.