Saturday, March 25, 2017

Georgian-Swiss wine-making cooperation presented at "Francophonic Wine Tasting" in Tbilisi

25.03.2017 (Hvino News). Swiss, French, Romanian, and Polish embassies in Tbilisi joined forces on March 24 to organize "Francophonic Wine Tasting". In the framework of Francophonie 2017, this event was conducted in French language in Tbilisi's cafe Apero. The selected wines from Georgia, France, Switzerland, Romania, and Poland were offered for tasting.

The Ambassador of Switzerland H.E. Lukas Beglinger warmly welcomed the participants of the event. The Ambassador of Romania H.E. Radu Liviu Horumbă, and representatives of French and Polish diplomatic corps also took part in the soiree.

One of the highlights of the tasting was Amphore - a qvevri wine made in Switzerland, which was highly appreciated by the guests. This wine is produced according to traditional Georgian technology by Albert Mathier & Sons in the Swiss canton of Valais. The Swiss company imported the qvevri clay amphorae from Georgia several years ago, and has been selling successfully its Swiss-made qvevri wine since then.

Other wines offered at the tasting included French wines Chateau de Rouillac, Châteauneuf du Pape Comte de Lauze, Swiss Heida AOC du Valais, Romanian elite Domeniul Coroanei Cabernet Sauvignon, and others. Georgian wines from Vismino (a brand of GWS/Marussia Beverages) were also offered at the tasting. The event was led by Georgian wine expert Revaz Goshadze.

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