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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Georgian documentary "Prime Meridian of Wine” awarded at Spain's film festival

16.11.2016 (Hvino News). At the International Film Festival “MOST 2016” in Spain, the Georgian documentary "Prime Meridian of Wine” (original title: Ghvinis Nulovani Meridiani) was awarded with title Best International Film of the Year.

Earlier, this documentary was recognized as the Best Oenological Film at Oenovideo wine film festival in France.

Documentary was directed by Nana Jorjadze (also spelled as Dzhordzhadze), the Georgia's only Oscar nominee; writers: Shalva Khetsuriani, Tamar Bartaia. The film was financed by the National Wine Agency under the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia and Marani Khetsuriani.

This is how Debra Meiburg - a Master of Wine based in Hong Kong, who is interviewed in the film  - describes the plot:
In the 1960s, one of greatest discoveries in wine world was the acknowledgment of Georgia as the birthplace of wine. A young man, dreaming of emigration and seeking his place in life, starts traveling the wine route: England (greatest civilization of wine commerce) and France - (Château Margaux, Château d'Yquem, Château Smith Lafitte, Château Branaire-Ducru). The discoveries during his wine adventure bring him back to the birth place of wine, his own birthplace: Georgia.



Most Festival is an annual event that aims to showcase the best international audiovisual work linked to viniculture, wine and cava (Spanish sparkling wine). Held in the Penedès, close to Barcelona (Spain) with a long winemaking tradition and several wine-related tourist attractions, the festival wants to promote viniculture and arts linked to wine and cava through audiovisual works and also explore all aspects of winemaking, especially values such as quality, diversity, wine tourism and ties to the region.

Most Festival is also the main event held in the Penedès to celebrate European Wine Tourism Day (8th November).Most Festival is an annual event that aims to showcase the best international audiovisual work linked to viniculture, wine and cava (Spanish sparkling wine). Held in Villafranca de Penedès, region close to Barcelona with a long winemaking tradition and several wine-related tourist attractions, the festival wants to promote viniculture and arts linked to wine and cava through audiovisual works and also explore all aspects of winemaking, especially values such as quality, diversity, wine tourism and ties to the region.

Most Festival is also the main event held in the Penedès to celebrate European Wine Tourism Day (8th November).

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