Culture
The first ever Georgian Qveveri Museum and Marani at the Plumpton Agricultural College
01 May, 2019
After more than a year of active preparations, the first ever Georgian Qveveri Museum and Marani was open on the territory of the Plumpton Agricultural College on 17 April. Ambassador of Georgia Tamar Beruchashvili has attended the ceremony of the opening of the Marani Museum and as the special guest planted the Georgian #Saperavi vine on the territory of the Plumpton College.
marani museum at Plumpton Agricultural College
The project initiated by the Georgian compatriot Mr. Henri Mchedlishvili - founder of the “Artisan Cru” - was successfully
implemented with the support of the Plumpton Agriculture College, National Wine Agency of Georgia and The British Georgian Chamber of Commerce, with the financial support of the Georgian wine company “SHUMI Winery”.

The Museum will contribute to enhancing of knowledge and practices of students of the College, as the Qvevri wine technic will be also included in their curricula.
marani museum at Plumpton Agricultural College
The Marani Museum is open for visitors every weekend at 12:00 and 15:00 o’clock and offers the group transportation for those who wish to visit. Please book in advance via e-mail: contact@bgcc.org.uk.
marani museum at Plumpton Agricultural College
Plumpton College is a Further and Higher education college in Plumpton, East Sussex, England. The college provides a range of full-time and part-time land-based courses, FE courses to Foundation Degree and BSc courses. Plumpton College aims to support land-based and rurally located businesses to continually develop their existing workforce.

Source:
Embassy of Georgia to the UK

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