[nd_options_text nd_options_text_tag=”p” nd_options_text_weight=”normal” nd_options_text=”I had the honor of visiting the Republic of Georgia for the International Wine Tourism Conference in Tbilisi last week. Very few places have impressed me as much or left me with so much desire to come back that I feel pain. Georgia is the cradle of wine. Wine in Georgia is a tradition of place and of people. Through the ages and through invasions and oppression the people persevered through wine. The vine (there are over 500 indigenous grape types) is the symbol of both country and people and grape motifs are everywhere. What makes Georgia so fascinating is that their own style wine making has survived. This ancient heritage of Qvevri is now protected and recognized by UNESCO.”][nd_options_spacer nd_options_height=”35″][nd_options_text nd_options_text_tag=”p” nd_options_text_weight=”normal” nd_options_text=”Watch this short video on the ancient tradition of Qvervi making.”][nd_options_spacer nd_options_height=”25″]
Georgia: Here Wine Lives
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