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“The Guardian” Calls Georgian Rkatsiteli “Wonderful”

"The Guardian" Calls Georgian Rkatsiteli "Wonderful"

“In the newly insular Britain, a little gastronomic cosmopolitanism is not only fun and delicious, it almost feels like an act of resistance”, reads a new article in The Guardian. Not without a dash of English humour, the article titled “Cabernet and kimchi? Or syrah and sashimi?” covers some of the …

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Pheasant’s Tears Rkatsiteli Among Guardian’s Latest Wine List

Rkatsiteli

Guardian publishes an article about wine and food parings; The rise of new cuisines, whether Asian or Scandinavian, has led to a search for wines to match them, so agency names six best wines, among of which Georgian Rkatsiteli has been listed. Sometimes a wine and food match is so harmonious …

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London Hosts Georgian Wines Tasting and the Georgian Supra Event

Georgian wine

The Real Wine Fair, the natural wines international exhibition, held in London, the United Kingdom. By support of LEPL National Wine Agency of the Georgian Agriculture Ministry, seven Georgian winemaking companies producing natural wines have taken part in the exhibition – Pheasant’s Tears, Golden Wine, The Nikoladzes’ Marani, Mandili, Iago Wine, …

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Georgian Chefs Put a Contemporary Twist on Traditional Recipes

Georgian Chefs Put a Contemporary Twist on Traditional Recipes

CBW is providing the article published in Newsweek, prepared by WENDELL POTTER, WENDELL STEAVENSON on 4/10/16 AT 6:56 PM. “When I first went to Georgia in 1998, I stayed at Betsy’s, the only hotel in Tbilisi that was not full of refugees from the Georgian government’s wars with the breakaway provinces of Abkhazia and …

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The First Provincial Restaurant Launched in Tbilisi

The First Provincial Restaurant Launched in Tbilisi

The American businessman John H Wurdeman had strong wish to open up his own restaurant. Finally, his wish came true and he launched the first provincial restaurant in Tbilisi with his Georgian partner Luarsab Togonidze. The name of the restaurant is “Pilpili”. Wurdeman went to Georgia in 1996 and settled …

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Georgian Qvevri Wine is Presented at Four French Cities

Georgian wine

National agency of wine presented Georgian wine at four French cities: Paris, Bordeaux, Anges, Saumur and Orleans on different events. Wine professionals, lovers, media and business representatives had opportunity to taste the following wines:  “Iago’s Wine”, “Pheasant’s Tears”, “Ramaz Nikoladze Cellar”, “Golden Wine”, “Winery Niki Antadze”, “Natenadze Wine Cellar” and ” …

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