Despite being in the top 25 producers in the world according to OIV statistics, with around 100 million liters of production a year, Georgia is not one of the world’s largest winemaking countries. What makes it unique is the incredible length of time that wine has been produced in Georgia (as well as the greater Caucasus region) which, due to an archeological dig in the Kvemo Kartli region, places wine production as having been ongoing for at least the last 8,000 years. Two Georgias? There are essentially two unrelated worlds […]

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