“We are a very old winemaking country.” Here’s how Georgia’s wine industry turned to VR and e-commerce to bring its vineyards to wine lovers everywhere when the pandemic halted travel.

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Georgia is the cradle of human winemaking with archaeological evidence dating from 6 thousand BCE. Soviet collectivization largely destroyed traditional winemaking, but a wine renaissance focused on small producers and indigenous grape varieties began in the early 21st century, and today there are over 1,300 wineries and 48 thousand hectares of grapes. While the US…

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According to Nino Turashvili, senior specialist of international tourism promotion with the tourism administration, besides all of its attractions, its people are what really sets Georgia apart. “Every Georgian tries to treat foreigners as their own personal guest, which creates this unique experience that you cannot really plan, it just happens — the people just…

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