The 8th of November was a significant date for Georgian Qvevri wine in the UK - It was the night of the first Qvevri Wine Festival in London. In this short post we will share the story of the evening.Read More
Bringing Georgia to the world
UK importer of Georgian wines - Taste of Georgia is a family run company with roots in both Georgia and Britain. We are passionate about Georgian culture, nature, unconditional hospitality and 8,000 years of unbroken tradition of wine making. Our aim to make Georgia and Georgian wine popular again in the world and particularly in the UK.Learn More
Georgia has an 8,000 year history of continuous wine making tradition. There are over 500 indigenous grape varieties growing in Georgia. Georgia's traditional winemaking method of fermenting crushed grapes in earthenware, egg-shaped vessels called Qvevri has been added to the UNESCO world heritage list as an intangible cultural asset.
In the beginning of the 1890s, Tsinandali, Mukuzani, Napareuli and Teliani wines were produced on a regular basis. In the 19th century, Georgia participated in multiple wine exhibitions. At that time Europe became acquainted with Georgian wines and brands. In the Paris exhibition of 1900, Georgian wine making already held a respectable place in European culture.
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Wine of Georgia - Stand 13
|London Qvevri Wine Festival||08 Nov 2018||Thursday||New Wharf Road, London N1 9RT, UK||Closed|