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Vintage is Actually Finished in Dedoplistskaro Municipality

Vintage is Actually Finished in Dedoplistskaro Municipality

As of September 7, grape of 9 thousand t is already processed in Kakheti region. According to National Wine Agency, 3,7 thousand t of the processed grape is Rkatsiteli; 3,7 thousand t – Saperavi; 460 t – Kakhuri Mtsvane; while the remained – other spices. Wine men have received a …

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How Winemaking Companies Are Getting Ready?

How Winemaking Companies Are Getting Ready?

Intense preparatory works are underway in the Kakheti Region for the coming vintage. This yearthe Kakheti Region expects to pick about 200 000 tons of grapes of which, according to preliminary forecasts, 150 000 tons will be used for industrial processing. Giorgi Samanishvili, head of the vintage coordination center and …

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Georgia and UNWTO Host First Global Conference on Wine Tourism

Georgian wine tourism

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in collaboration with the Georgian National Tourism Administration, will proudly present the 1st UNWTO Global Conference on Wine Tourism to be held in the Kakheti wine region of Georgia from 7-9 September 2016 For 8000 years, wine grapes have been cultivated in Georgia. Proclaimed by …

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Exclusive Saperavi From Ghvardzelashvilis Marani

Exclusive Saperavi From Ghvardzelashvilis Marani

Ghvardzelashvilis Marani Produce Exclusive wine Products The demand and the confidence of small wine companies in the Georgian market constantly growing. One of them is Ghvardzelashvilis Marani, which took the 3rd place among the Saperavi wines from Kvevri at a recent wine fair in Expo Georgia, stayed behind only grandees …

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Hollywood Producers Survey Georgia for Potential Filming Spots

Hollywood Producers Survey Georgia for Potential Filming Spots

The team of location managers from US began their week-long visit to Georgia in Tbilisi. A group of Hollywood film executives are on an exploration visit to Georgia to study some of the country’s most impressive and picturesque locations for future filming opportunities. A handful of location managers from the …

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First Quarter Records 104 200 Internal Visits to Adjara Region

First Quarter Records 104 200 Internal Visits to Adjara Region

Internal visitors of 15 and above age category have paid 104 200 visits to the Autonomous Republic of Adjara in the first quarter of 2016, up 17% compared to the same period of 2015. According to Geostat, the national statistics service of Georgia, the Adjara Region’s ratio in total internal …

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Enslaving Agreement with TAV Georgia Hampers Airport Construction in Kakheti

The enslaving agreement with TAV Georgia hampers the construction of an international airport in the Kakheti Region, Irakli Shiolashvili, the Kakheti Region Governor, noted. The agreement with TAV Georgia deprives the Georgian party the right to construct a new international airport within a specified distance. We hope the Georgian Economy …

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Frontera Announces About the Renovation of Natural gas Exploration

Frontera Announces About the Renovation of Natural gas Exploration

Frontera Resources announces an operations update for its work in the South Kakheti Gas Complex’s Gas Window initiative. Operations at the Udabno#2 well are now continuing in May. Frontera plans to undertake a testing program designed to evaluate an extensive gas-bearing interval of approximately 2,000 meters in gross thickness where internal …

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Working Group to Work on Development of Winemaking and Tourism in Kakheti

Working Group to Work on Development of Winemaking and Tourism in Kakheti

A working group is created for development of winemaking and tourism in Kakheti Region, which should comprise of government departments, as well as representatives of business, operating in Kakheti. The mentioned decision was adopted at the meeting held between Vice Premier Dimitri Kumsishvili and business representatives. The working group should study …

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