The ancient winemaker Georgia will increase the wine export to China- according to the article in Forbes. Georgian wine production is older than in many other wine producer countries and it has 6000 years of tradition of making wine.
Georgian wine used to be very popular in the elite of former Soviet Republics which was a result of its quality and history. The best wine is produced in the East of Georgia, in Kakheti.
Russian embargo in 2006, pushed Georgian wine producers to find alternative markets to sell Georgian wine and China is one of them. Starting from the following year, Georgia will have a free trade with China, which will be very positive for Georgian wine industry.