In The Media

August 27, 2021 Hype Magazine

In 2019, a reported 1,088 Georgian wine companies were registered to sell wine commercially, 350 of these were registered to export. In turn, Georgia is an ancient wine region with deep wine-making roots in every family and community. As th…

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August 23, 2021 Vinography

I’m slightly hazy (unfiltered, perhaps?) on the precise date I first enjoyed an orange wine. I’m guessing it was around 2005 or so. The particular wine, though—that is as sharp and defined…

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August 15, 2021 Mantripping

Georgian wines are often overlooked in the wine world, with their more famous neighbors of France and Italy sitting at the top of most lists. Made primarily from indigenous grapes like Rkatsiteli and Saperavi, Georgian wines have a distinct…

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August 14, 2021 Wine Enthusiast

In Georgia, a supra is a traditional feast that spans several hours and courses, beginning with an array of vegetable dishes like these stuffed peppers. The recipe detailed here is from San Diego’s Pomegranate, one of the longest-running Ea…

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August 13, 2021 WGSO 990AM

On this edition of The NOLADrinks Show with Bryan Dias, we complete our trilogy on the wines of Georgia! This time, we focus on the central portion of the country, after having previously focused on the east and west as well as other topics…

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August 5, 2021 VinePair

Grapes are a hardy, resilient fruit. Among the first lessons one learns when studying wine is that grapes should even undergo stress during their time on the vine when grown for high-quality winemaking. And so we can describe the wine indus…

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August 2, 2021 THE CALVERT JOURNAL

For decades, Italian and French wine have dominated the European market. But in Georgia, local makers are preparing to grab a piece of this lucrative trade for themselves with a national campaign, a new surge of interest in ancient winemaki…

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August 2, 2021 Wine Enthusiast

Increasingly adapted by modern-day wine producers, the age-old practice of vinification using clay containers is becoming more recognized by today’s beverage lovers…

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August 1, 2021 TRAVEL OFF PATH

With borders finally beginning to open up for remote workers, the digital nomad community has been buzzing about this year’s hottest hidden gem destination: Georgia. No, not the American state. Nestled in between Russia and Turkey, this lit…

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July 27, 2021 BLOOMBERG

Still wines from the legendary home of sparklers are becoming more commonplace, and rising temperatures are part of the math that makes them possible.

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