About Events – Georgian Wine Day

Organized by Georgia’s Ministry of Agriculture and the Wine National Agency, Georgian Wine Day celebrates Georgian wine. This year is the 8,015th Vintage!

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Georgian Wine Day 2015

Events celebrating Georgian Wine Day were held in the cities of Tbilisi, Telavi, Kutaisi, Rustavi and Ambrolauri.

Georgian Wine Day

Georgian Wine Day

The events were an opportunity for locals and tourists to sample Georgian wine and learn more about Georgian wine culture.

A wine display at an event to mark Georgian Wine Day

A wine display at an event to mark Georgian Wine Day

Tourists tasting wine at an event to mark Georgian Wine Day

Tourists tasting wine at an event to mark Georgian Wine Day

Georgian Wine Day 2015 event

Georgian Wine Day 2015 event

Celebrating Georgian Wine Day

Celebrating Georgian Wine Day

A display of traditional winemaking

A display of traditional wine-making

Wearing traditional dress on Georgian Wine Day

Wearing traditional dress on Georgian Wine Day

Georgian wine display

Georgian wine display

Photo source: Ministry of Agriculture.

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