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Small Companies Produce Better Quality Wines than Large Ones

Wine Tourism Association: Small companies produce better quality wines than large winemakers

Small-scale wineries produce better products than the big industrial producers, according to Levan Chubinidze, founder of Wine Tourism Association. In his opinion, today there is very intense competition between winemakers, as they attended various exhibitions both in Georgia and abroad. “It’s good, but in order to establish business contacts, it …

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Georgian Wine Sales Growing in All Export Markets

Georgian Wine Sales Growing in All Export Markets

Georgian wine sales are  growing in all export markets – Giorgi Samanishvili, Director of  the National Wine Agency, told Commersant. Samanishvili says that compared with the same period of  last year sales have increased  45% in 4 months. According to him, traditional markets were suffering difficulties, namely inflation, atthe beginning …

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Giorgi Samanishvili: Georgian Wine Exports Grow in All Directions

Giorgi Samanishvili: Georgian Wine Exports Grow in All Directions

The national wine agency has published the statistics proving the wine exports has increased in the January to April period. In his interview with the Business Morning Giorgi Samanishvili, the head of National Wine Agency of Georgia, overviews exports and domestic markets. –Mr. Giorgi, what steps has the national wine …

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Presentation of Georgian Wines and Wine Culture in Paris

Presentation of Georgian Wines and Wine Culture in Paris

The presentation of Georgian wines and wine culture was held at the office of International Organization of Vine and Wine (OIV) in Paris. Georgian wines were introduced to representatives of accredited diplomatic corps, the Agrarian Chamber of France, professional sommeliers, enologists, reporters covering wine-related issues and bloggers, UNESCO and other …

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China As an Important market for Georgian Wine

China As an Important market for Georgian Wine

China’s wine consumption will grow from 40 percent to 60 percent by 2018, according to the study published by economists in the University of Adelaide’s Economics Research Center. While rice wine has traditionally been the most common in Asia, income growth in China and a preference swing toward grape wine …

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New Wine Festival 2016 will be held at Mtatsminda Park

New Wine Festival 2016 will be held at Mtatsminda Park

New Wine Festival 2016 will take place at Mtatsminda Park, on May 13-14 of this year. The new location was selected by Georgian Wine Club because of the enormous number of participants. On the first day of festival, on May 13, Closed degustation will take place. The subject of the first day will concern …

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Georgia Reaps the benefits of $20 million USD

Georgia Reaps the benefits of $20 million USD

According to the data provided by National Wine Agency, in the first two month of 2016 Georgia exported 4,531,556 bottles of wine to 21 countries, which generated $10.75 million USD income for Georgia. Wine exports and brandy to markets all over the world increased the total revenues significantly in Georgia …

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National Wine Agency of Georgia To Create Special Marketing Group

The marketing agency will be created on basis of the national wine agency, the Agriculture Ministry press release reads that covers the programs implemented in 2015 and future plans. Agriculture Minister Otar Danelia overviewed the plans at the parliament’s agrarian committee. The Minister has not specified whether the new agency …

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NASA Helps Georgia to Determine As Birthplace of Wine

NASA Helps Georgia to Determine As Birthplace of Wine

National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the United States NASA – is helping Georgia to determine if Georgia is birthplace of wine; Hvino News Reports. According to David Magradze, the head of the Viticulture Department of the National Wine Agency, the final result would be known in 2016, although it was …

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More than 119 Thousand Tons of Grapes Processed in Kakheti

According to the National Wine Agency, 119 thousand tons of grapes have been processed since the start of the harvest in Kakheti region, as of 6 October 12. Revenues from the sale of the crop reached GEL 81 million. As of October 5, more than 118 thousand tons of grapes …

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