Tuesday, September 19, 2017

"The Drinks Business" published detailed report from a recent trip to Georgia

19.09.2017 (Hvino News). Last week Hvino News reported about Chinese wine professionals visiting Georgia. Now that tour already started to bear PR fruit, as The Drinks Business just published "Georgia in pictures" - a detailed account of  the Georgian trip prepared by the group's member.

Natalie Wang, online editor at The Drinks Business in Hong Kong, published a collection of over 20 slides from the trip, with her comments, "rounding up some pictorial highlights from her immersive trip to explore various indigenous grape varieties, its qvevri winemaking and its delicious traditional food".

Here is photo and a comment: "Archil [Guniava - HN] is showing the Krakhuna grape variety grown in his vineyards in Imereti region. One of the oldest grape varieties in Georgia, the white variety is predominately grown in Imereti in western Georgia. The grape is thick-skinned, resistant to frost – a common climate hazard in western Georgia – and is described as “crunchy” by the winemaker. The grape is often blended with other Imeretian varieties including Tsitska and Tsolikouri to make white wines". To see all  20 slides, go to source.

The London-based The Drinks Business is self-described as "global leading drinks trade publication, at the forefront of what is happening in the drinks industry."

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