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Friday, November 7, 2014

Georgia wins 19 awards including gold in Hong Kong Wine & Spirit Competition

07.11.2014 (Hvino News) Georgia won 19 awards in the 2014's Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition (HKIWSC), including two gold awards.

Run in partnership with the London-based International Wine & Spirit Competition, which has been running for 40 years and is the world’s premier platform for recognising quality in the industry, the Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition is created specifically for the Asian market by those who know and are intimately involved in the region. Judging is conducted by Asia’s most esteemed wine judges from China, Singapore, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and India – including the competition’s Director and Master of Wine, Hong Kong-based Debra Meiburg MW.

The gold award winners are:
  • Chelti 2008 by Giorgi Mirianashvili
  • KTW Saperavi Moscato 2012, by Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking (Food & Wine Award)
There are 7 silver prizes awarded to Georgian products:
  • Chacha Classic, Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking
  • Khareba Rosé 2013, Winery Khareba 
  • Kindzmarauli Marani Mukuzani 2009, Kindzmaraulis Marani
  • Kindzmarauli Original 2012,  Kindzmaraulis Marani
  • Old Kakheti 17 YO Brandy, Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking
  • Saperavi Golden 2006,Kindzmaraulis Marani
  • KTW Saperavi 2012, Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking (Food & Wine Award)
Bronze awards:
  • Goruli Mtsvane 2012, J.S.C. Chateau Mukhrani
  • KTW Saperavi Moscato 2012, Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking
  • Khareba Kindzmarauli 2013, Winery Khareba
  • Khareba White 2011, Winery Khareba
  • Marani Kondoli Vineyards Mtsvane-Kisi 2013, Telavi Wine Cellar
  • Marani Mukuzani 2012, Telavi Wine Cellar
  • Otskhanuri Sapere 2011, Winery Khareba
  • Reserve Du Prince Goruli Mtsvane 2012, Chateau Mukhrani
  • Tamada Tsinandali 2013, Georgian Wines & Spirits Company
  • Tavkveri 2012, Chateau Mukhrani
Now celebrating its sixth year, HKIWSC remains the original and most well-respected wine and spirit competition in Asia. Founded by the IWSC Group, Debra Meiburg MW and Simon Tam, the competition is regarded as the Asian guide to the world’s finest wine and spirits. With its panel of Asian judges, the HKIWSC ensures that, not only are the best wines selected from all across the globe, but that they are suited to Asian taste preferences too.

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