Pride and national know-how in wine cultivation and vinification come from time immemorial in Georgia. Some qvevry used to make wine date from more than 8000 years. All regions of Georgia produce wine, but Kakheti, in the eastern part of Georgia, is the province that has most of the wines. The grape varieties are numerous and original. Below is a list of the most well-known grape varieties by region:
Kakheti: Rkatsiteli, Saperavi, Mtsvane Kakhuri, Khikhvi, Kisi / Qisi, Shemodgomis Shavi, Mtsvivani
Imerethia: Tsolikouri, Tsitska | Shanti, Krakhuna, Otskhanuri Sapere, Dzelshavi
Meskhetia: Chitistvala, Dodrelyabi | Kharistvala kolkhuri | Gros Colman
Racha-Lechkhumi: Usakhelauri, Aleksandrouli, Mujuretuli, Tsulukidzis (Rachuli) Tetra
Kartli: Chinuri | Chinebuli, Kvishkhuri (Goruli Mtsvane), Tavkveri, Shavkapito, Asuretuli shala
Minglia: Ojaleshi, Chvitiluri, Paneshi
Guriya: Aladasturi, Chkhaveri, Orbeluri & Guris Ojaleshi
Adjarie: Satsuravi | Satsuri, Chkhaveri
According to the wine industry in Georgia, the country produced 1800000 hectolitres in 2020. Russia, Ukraine, Poland, the USA, the UK, Japan, Germany, China, and the Baltic countries are the major importers of Georgian wine. Despite diversification efforts, Russia remains the largest importer of Georgian wine.
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