A new Center of Georgian Culture in China was opened by Badagoni wine company in partnership with its local partner in China.
The Georgian cultural center in the city of Taixing (Jiangsu province) is situated in an attractive building of original design, with a considerable adjacent territory. The roomy halls are equipped to demonstrate Georgia’s attractions, culture, and history. Special attention is paid to Georgian traditional wine-making and wines produced by Badagoni.
“I would like to congratulate Georgian wine lovers with this important event and also would like to express thanks to the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia for supporting us in promotion of Georgian wine throughout the world” – said Giorgi Salakaia, the owner of Badagoni company.
In exclusive interview to Hvino News, Badagoni explained that the center is a private investment of Badagoni’s Chinese partner.
“We are planning further expansion of this Center and similar activities in China and also in other countries”, – pointed out Giorgi Salakaia.
The inauguration was also attended by Georgia’s minister of agriculture Levan Davitashvili, governor of Kakheti Region Irakli Kadagishvili, representatives of Chinese government, and other officials.
Last October in Tbilisi Badagoni announced winning of an important lawsuit in China over trademark use, protecting the name and quality of its products in Chinese market. Read more: Badagoni wins trademark case in China
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