Wine Fair with wines from Armenia, Georgia, Macedonia and Moldova, on June 8

Armenia, Georgia, Macedonia and Moldova all make wine but they are completely unknown as wine countries to most wine consumers. They now work together to market their wines. The wine industries in the four countries have gained momentum in recent years, and now they want to develop both their exports and their tourism.

Georgia is already a big name in wine circles, not least thanks to the interesting kvevri wines. Together, these countries grow more than 500 local grape varieties, such as Areni, Saperavi, Vranac, Karmrahyut and Feteasca. These are wines for the wine lover who seeks the unusual.

BKWine has had the opportunity to visit wineries and taste wine in Moldova (but unfortunately not in the other countries) and we can confirm that they make some very interesting wines.

On June 8, 40 wine producers from these countries will present their wines at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Vilnius, Lithuania. More info baltic-road-show-vilnius

Jakeli Khashmi Saperavi 2011, Georgia

Jakeli Khashmi Saperavi 2011, Georgia, copyright BKWine Photography

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