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Wine Distributors in Georgia

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About Georgia

Georgia is located in the western part of the South Caucus, between the Greater and Lesser Caucasus mountain ranges. It borders the Russian Federation to the north, Azerbaijan and Armenia to the east and southeast, Turkey to the south, and the Black Sea to the west. Capital: Tbilisi, Official language: Georgian, Continent: Europe/Asia.
Mountains occupy two thirds of the country’s territory. The Main Caucasus Range stretches along its northern border, with some peaks exceeding 5,000 meters. Georgia is a unique country with enormous tourism potential: a long Black Sea coastline, about 300 mountains, seaside resorts including hot mud springs, more than 10,000 unique monuments of archeology, history, architecture and art, as well as numerous natural monuments. All of this is concentrated in a small area inhabited by a friendly and distinctive people as ancient as the land itself.
The most important tradition in the Caucasus was and still is a Supra, or traditional Georgian feast, so it is hardly surprising that in Georgia people everywhere know how to cook meat. A choice of meat dishes this rich can be found in few other places. This includes lamb stew with Buglama spices; fried beef fillet known as Basturma; Khinkali; Kuchmachi, a hot dish of liver, heart, lung, tongue served in butter with spices; Chakhokhbili, a dish once made exclusively from pheasant; and kebabs of lamb, veal, turkey, pork, and sturgeon. Of course, we must also mention a unique tradition associated with the Supra and surviving only in Georgia: the tradition of drinking wine from a hollowed goat or ram horn or Khantsi. Only domestic wines are drunk from the horn, however, while imported wines are drunk from glasses.

Wine Importers and distributors in Georgia (Caucasus).

Which alcoholic beverages are popular and enjoyed in Georgia?

Wine (Georgians treat wine with respect, with reverence and admiration), Chacha (a strong spirit), Georgian Brandy, Beer.

Which are the most popular international wines in Georgia?

Some people think that importing wine to Georgia is like bringing coal to Newcastle, and they are partly right. However, there is still a market for international wines. Wines from Italy, France and Spain have great popularity among wine enthusiasts. Other popular wines in Georgia include wines from Chile, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United States.

Where can you buy imported wines in Georgia?

Numerous wine merchants and specialty wine shops offer a wide selection of wines from around the world. Online wine platforms. Supermarkets (popular chains like Goodwill, Carrefour, and Spar often stock a selection of international wines). Restaurants and Wine Bars, Duty-free Shops.

Does Georgia have its own wine production?

The Georgian tradition of winemaking is 8,000 years old, dating back three thousand years before the invention of writing and five thousand years before the Iron Age. Many of the grape varieties grown in Europe and Asia are of Georgian origin.