Saturday, December 1, 2012

Two Georgian wines win in Vancouver

01.12.2012 (Hvino News). "And two wines from Georgia. Yes, Georgia", - reads the official release about the winners of Vancouver magazine’s International Wine Competition 2013, published today.

For the first time two Georgian wines have received top awards of Vancouver magazine’s contest, which is the largest judging of international and domestic wines in Western Canada.

The Georgian winners are Wine Man Mukuzani 2007 in nomination "Best Medium Red Wines", and Marani Mtsvane 2011 in nomination "Best Bargain Wines". Marani Mtsvane was also included in Vancouver Sun's “Wine picks of the week”, characterized as “a steal at this price”.

"We work hard to select a range of wines that allow you to taste many styles and prices. So in the spirit of the ever-broadening wine world, we hope you enjoy the Mtsvane and  Saperavi wines as much as more familiar standards" - said the organizers of Canada's wine contest.

© Hvino News

1 comment:

  1. "Around nine out of ten bottles of so-called Georgian wines on the international market are counterfeits. Many other countries are using well-known Georgian appellations to sell wines that are in fact not of Georgian origin," says Emmanuel Hidier of FAO’s Investment Centre.



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