The Embassy of Georgia in Ireland
The National Wine Agency of Georgia
 in partnership with The Doyle Collection
cordially invites you to attendGEORGIAN WINE MASTERCLASS – PRESENTATIONconducted by sommeliers from the National Wine Agency of Georgia

on Wednesday, 10 April 2019

Venue: The Westbury Hotel
Grafton Street, Dublin 2
14:00 -17:00
(Trade & Press only)
      Wine masterclass starts at 2pm to 3pm;
Free pour tasting 3pm to 5pm

R.S.V.P. & to book Masterclass place:
Jean Smullen, Mobile: (086) 816 8468
email: [email protected]
Note:  Masterclass places must be booked in advance
Georgia has an 8,000 year old history of making wine.  Numerous archeological discoveries have left historians in no doubt that Georgia is the birthplace of wine.  What makes Georgian wine making so unique is their centuries old wine making technique, known as Quervi.  Wine is fermented in clay vessels to create rich organic wines using the same methods used in the Neolithic era.  This ancient Quervi winemaking technique is now listed as a UNESCO intangible heritage.  Georgia has over 500 indigenous grape varieties in 10 wine making regions with a variety of climates and mesoclimates where wine is very much a part of Georgian life and culture.Some of the wineries already signed up to take part in the 2019 Georgian Wine Fair include: 
Alexsi Tsukilashvili, Director, ARMUNJI  LLC; Ketevan Zautashvili, Winemaker, ARMUNJI  LLC; Lika Dentoshvili, Marketing Director, Sesiashvili; Giorgi Mandzulashvili, Director, Marndzulas Marani; Gvantsa Tchigvaria, Marketing and Export Manager, Chrebalo Wine Cellar; Irakli Khakhutashvili, Director,Wine House Gremi
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