Thursday, January 30, 2020

Startup Vault Wines has it all: Blockchain, Davos, Georgia

30.01.2020 (Hvino News). A Georgian wine project presentation during World Economic Forum in Davos sounds like quite an extraordinary event. Even more surprising is that the brand - Vault Wines -  is new and little-known. In fact, it is a startup initiated by a group of young people. Hvino News asked the leaders of Vault Wines some questions. We hope that answers provided by Ana Mirianashvili and Irakli Eliashvili will help our readers better understand the concept of this unusual project.

First of all, please clarify for our readers, what is Vault Wines – a technology startup, a wine brand, or a wine resort? 

Vault Wines is an open collaboration between Vault Wines team, Chelti Winery and KTW group to launch a new blockchain based winery supply chain management and authentication system, online retail store and a new luxury wine brand. Vault Wines targets small/medium sized global winery market for the software side of operations and exclusively ultra premium wine segment for luxury wine brand, as well as, expanding partnership and distribution channels internationally.

Saturday, January 18, 2020

Japan Airlines First Class Lounge starts serving Georgian wine to passengers

18.01.2020 (Hvino News) For the first time, a Georgian wine has appeared in the menu of Japan Airlines First Class Lounge. A premium qvevri white wine Shalauri Cellars Rkatsiteli 2018 was selected by Japan Airlines for its prestigious wine list offered to first class passengers.

Georgian Shalauri wine displayed at JAL First Class Lounge at Narita airport, Japan
Shalauri Rkatsiteli is produced in village Shalauri in Kakheti. Previously, the wine achieved high ratings: 89 points from Wine Enthusiast, and 88 points from Wine & Spirits Magazine.

Friday, January 17, 2020

London Wine Beer & Spirits Competitions promoted globally

17.01.2020. Hvino News is proud to become the official media partner of London Wine Competition.

When the London Wine Competition launched in 2017 it was the first global event of its kind to not just judge the wines on their quality, but also how much they cost, and what they looked like. It was soon followed by similar events to cover beers and spirits to create a full drinks awards programme.

Here’s details on how to enter the separate competitions for this year and the added benefits for doing so with publicity, partnerships and coverage at major trade fairs in Europe and the US.

If you are supplying beers, wines or spirits to the on and off-trades then here’s why the separate London Competitions – with closing date for entries on January 31 – could be a new marketing opportunity for your brands, products and suppliers in key markets around the world.