GEORGIAN CUISINE
Drink Like a Georgian Week Kicks Off in New York
01 June, 2016
NEW YORK - Residents of New York City’s will have a chance to taste the best of Georgia’s viticulture, taste wine and get drunk like Georgians do it.

The weeklong “Drink Like a Georgian” festival will start on May 30 and guests will have a chance to taste Georgian wine until June 4.

Georgian winemakers Ramaz Nikoladze, Niki Antadze, John Wurdeman and John Okro (Okruashvili) will be on hand to present various vintages from their vineyards.

Noted US-born wine writer
Alice Feiring
will attend the event and take part in a book signing to promote her latest work, "For the Love of Wine". The book tells of her adventures in Georgia as she travelled across the country meeting various winemakers.

Where to take part in the “Drink Like a Georgian” week:

• Chambers Street Wines - 148 Chambers St, New York, NY 10007
• Thirst Wine Merchants - 11 Greene Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238
• The Ten Bells - 247 Broome St, New York, NY 10002

Source: Georgia Today

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