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Main Grape Growing Regions 1 - Kakheti 2 - Kartli 3 - Imereti 4 - Racha- Lechkhumi 5 - Subtropical Region More Than 500 Autochthon Grape Varieties.

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1 Main Grape Growing Regions 1 - Kakheti 2 - Kartli 3 - Imereti 4 - Racha- Lechkhumi 5 - Subtropical Region More Than 500 Autochthon Grape Varieties

2 Georgian Wine Categories According Quality RegionSubregion Appellations/ red wine Appellations/ white wine Kakheti Shida Kakheti MukuzaniTsinandali Napareuli TelianiGurjaani KindzmarauliVazisubani AkhasheniKardenakhi KvareliTibaani Kotekhi Gare KakhetiKakhetiManavi Kartli Kvemo Kartli Shida Kartli Atenuri Meskheti Imereti Zemo Imereti Shua Imereti Sviri Qvemo Imereti Racha- Lechkhumi Qvemo RachaKhvanchkara Lechkhumi Tvishi Subtropical Black Sea region Guria Adjara Samegrelo Abkhazia 51418 Georgian Vine And Wine Sector Qualitative Wine PSR Region Wine Table Wine The Ministry of Agriculture, Georgia

3 Georgian Vine And Wine Sector

4 CountryBottles Russia52 990 386 Ukraine2 723 546 Belorussia86 133 Kazakhstan388 920 Latvia152 973 Lithuania53 693 Germany138 027 Holland5 706 France48 347 USA2 138 187 Canada19 493 Turkey38 493 Japan52 067 China11 920 Azerbaijan31 733 Israel39 507 other367 721 Total59 286852 Georgian Wine Export Share (2005) Georgian Wine Export by Country (2005)

5 Georgian Vine And Wine Sector Russia10 857 075 Ukraine4 056 537 Belorussia604 995 Baltic States835354 Kazakhstan1 546 073 Azerbaijan130 942 Germany58 931 Poland255 597 Czech Republic26 952 Belgium36 792 UK78 354 USA577 010 Canada48 012 Japan66 270 Cyprus26 316 Israel100 477 China72 955 other114 579 Total19 493 219 Georgian Wine Export Share (2006) Georgian Wine Export by Country (2006)

6 Challenges for Georgian Wine Sector Diversification of markets –Ensuring market shares at traditional markets (e.g. Russia and Ukraine) –Opening up new markets in Western Europe, America and Asia Ensuring high quality of Georgian Wines Protection of Georgian appellations of origin and fight against falsification of Georgian Wines at the international level Creation of the National Register of Vine and Wine - –Cadastre of vine areas –Records of vintage and wine processing reports from producers –Records of stocks –Register of wine producing entities Ensuring credible and internationally recognisable Certification procedures of quality Wines

7 Future and Ongoing Plans for the Development of the Georgian Wine Sector: Vine And Wine Law, Oenological Practices Negotiations on the Bilateral Agreement between the European Community and Georgia on trade in wine 1.Analyze and Exchange the list – Existing and Future Oenological Practices 2.Protection of names of countries, specific terms, traditions / Geographical Recognition & Protection Locally and Abroad 3.Labelling, wine policy and legal aspects 4.Certification Issues 5.Management of the Agreement 6.Use this Example/Practice in Future Regarding the other Food Product Additional Activities (By the Ministry of Agriculture): 1. Official Wine Tasting Commission 2.Additional Control of Certified Wine Products ( By SAMTREST )

8 Besides The Chemical And Microbiological Analyses, Qualitative Wines (PSR) Will be Tasted Organoleptically too against its typical styles and structure for the local and export consumption Since 2003 year – 37 Wine Taster’s have been prepared with the support of GTZ (AFC/IAK Consortium) Additional Wine Tasting Training/ Courses is planned during this year in order to complete and increase the Tasting Commission up to 100 or more Certified Panellists New Official Wine Tasting Commission ( Under the SAMTREST )

9 Assistance to MoA and SAMTREST Sector based capacity development Roundtables and Matchmaking Fair Participations / Marketing events Establishment of innovative SME- supporting Institutions, like CCVMT – Competence Centre for Vine, Wine Marketing & Wine Tourism Support of 1 st International Fair WinExpo 2007 in Tbilisi (1st - 3rd June) International Donors Involved in Georgian Wine Sector Consortium on behalf of GTZ : AFC Consultants International GmbH IAK AGRAR CONSULTING GmbH Assistance to MoA and SAMTREST Support to Foundation for Wine Quality System Development in Georgia Modern Laboratory installed for certification of wine, issuing export documents, general chemical and micro-biological analysis Training the Wine Tasting Commission (sensory analysis) Supporting the Implementation of the Wine Controller‘s System in Georgia German Technical Cooperation GTZ GmbH GTZ project „Private Sector Development in Georgia“

10 Improvement of the Institutional Framework Support to legal cases Training in Negotiations (Ukraine, Russia, EU) Joining Madrid Agreement Manual on Local and International Legal Frameworks Updating Current Set of Laws Regarding the Wine Sector Updating of Technical Standards to International Level Financing the FAO’s Activities ( Mentioned Here) in Wine Sector International Donors Involved in Georgian Wine Sector FAO : Activities: EBRD: Activities:

11 Georgian Vine And Wine Sector International Wine Fairs And Exhibitions At ProWein Fair 2007, Duesseldorf International Wine Fair,WinExpo – 2007 Fancy Food Show – New York - 2007

12 Thank You for Your Attention! Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia


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