Georgia scoops trophies at IWC 2019

The International Wine Challenge 2019 results show that Georgia is holding its own in the international wine arena. The International Wine Challenge is world renowned for its rigorous assessment practices. Every wine is tasted multiple times by the best palates in the country to determine which wines are a cut above the rest. The volume…

A Tbilisi mini-break isn’t complete without a visit to Kakheti

The beauty and cultural richness of Georgia is finally gaining Western recognition – and not a moment too soon. Tbilisi’s appeal is providing an important opportunity for Georgian winemakers to get their wines in front of multi-cultural, multi-national consumers. That’s why we were so excited to see Tbilisi featured in an article in The Sunday…

Traditional Georgian marani now installed at Plumpton Wine University in Sussex

A collaboration between wine importer Henry Mchedlishvili, Plumpton University, the Georgian National Wine Agency, and the British Georgian Chamber of Commerce has led to the creation of an authentic Georgian “Marani” in Sussex. “Marani” is the Georgian name for a wine cellar that uses the traditional terracotta vessels, “Qvevri”, for the fermentation, clarification and ageing…

Georgian wine – why we love it!

Georgian wines were presented in a masterclass and walk-around tasting at the Hotel du Vin in Bristol. Watch our short film to hear why @RuthSpivey, (founder of the brilliant Wine Carboot), Danilo di Salvo (Entrepreneur and Founder of Gvino UK wine merchants) and Sarah Abbott MW think that Georgian Wine is ripe to convert UK…

Georgian wine on the road – 12th to 18th June 2019

THE EVENT The roadshows held in June in Manchester and Bristol were a testament to the ever-growing interest in Georgian Wine.  The Masterclasses were sold out, and a lively walk-around tasting clearly demonstrated the guests delight at each wine.  The tasting featured a wide range of producers and wines, from artisan, ‘qvevri’ orange wine, to…

Georgian wine, marani, qvevri

Georgian wine comes to Manchester on 12th June

The interest in Georgian wine is booming, as quality soars, availability increases, and press coverage intensifies. Sales of Georgian wine to the UK grew by 30% in 2018, with both established large and new artisan wine-makers securing new UK importers. But there is still a lot of unsigned talent in Georgian wine… WHAT:        Wines of…