Monday, August 6, 2012

Georgia's Prime Minister visited state winery in Gurjaani

06.08.2012 (Hvino News) Today Georgia's Prime Minister Vano Merabishvili visited state winery in Gurjaani (Kakheti Region) and examined company's readiness for vintage. Prime Minister noted that despite the tremendous losses caused by recent storm in Kakheti region, the  government must ensure purchasing and processing of the remainder of the crop.

Gurjaani Winery is a starte-owned enterprise. In 2011 it purchased 11,000 tons of grape. This year the company installed new equipment  such as tanks for wine storage with capacity of 4500 tons, and other Italian-made tanks with capacity of 3000 tons. In addition, 1600 oak barrels for wine aging were delivered from France, which would allow for production at 6,000 bottles per hour. In 2012 the Gurjaani Winery is prepared to buy from farmers 20,000 tons of grapes.

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