"Khashmi Saperavi" a Georgian red wine has been added to the official Wine Register “The Appellations of Reserved Enterprises”
11 July, 2018
"Khashmi Saperavi" a Georgian red wine has been added to the official  Wine  Register “The Appellations of Reserved Enterprises”
"Khashmi Saperavi" was officially added to the list of Georgian wine-production names, - the official website of the wine has mentioned. According to their information this is indicative of the diversity and variety of Georgian wines which are especially important in terms of the popularization of Georgian wine and the growth of export potential.

The addition of “Khashmi Saperavi” to the Register of the Appellations of Reserved Enterprises will ensure
SIMILAR STORIES
the protection of the above-mentioned denominations on the basis of all the agreements and conventions of which Georgia is a signatory.
geotv.ge
"Khashmi Saperavi", Photo courtesy: www.chateaukhashmi.com

The National Wine Agency (the NWA) was asked to register the "Khashmi Saperavi" last year via an application from the National Intellectual Property Center. "Sakpatenti", was preceded by the joint work of the NWA and the LEPL Agricultural Research Center for the purpose of preparing the relevant manufacturing specification and other required documents for registration.

“Khashmi Saperavi” – a red dry wine from the Khashmi micro-district located in Sagarejo municipality. The geographical region of the Khashmimicro zone, has a dry subtropical climate and characteristics. The Saperavi varieties of grape provide a special quality to the “Khashmi Saperavi” wine.

According to historical sources, the original cultivation of vine yards in the Khashmi area was associated with Queen Tamar, who allegedly ordered the vineyards to be set up there. The locals quickly learned how to take care of the vineyards and the rules of wine making from which they produce high quality wine using the Saperavi varieties of grapes.
geotv.ge
Grapes used for wine-making, Photo courtesy: www.chateaukhashmi.com

Currently there are 18 Georgian registered wines: Khvanchkara, Mukuzani, Tsinandali, Akhasheni, Gurjaani, Kindzmarauli, Manavi, Kakheti, Napareuli, Teliani, Ateni, Sviri, Vazisubani, Kardenakhi, Tibaani, Tvishi, Kvareli and Kotekhi. The NWA continues to work with Sakpatenti within the regulation of the provisions of the Appellation of Geographical Indications in addition to adding new wines to the current list.

The first photo courtesy: www.allwine.ge

Related stories:


Exhibition of The project "10 Georgian Wines You Must Try Bedfore You Die" to bo held on Maidan

Forbes: Why Georgia is the next great food and wine destination

Brazil produces new stamp “Georgia Cradle of Wine” to mark 100th anniversary of Democratic Republic of Georgia

Blogger and designer fascinated by Georgian wine festival shares her experience
Print
Other Stories
Pie soup with mint
If you are thinking about cooking something healthy for your child, this article is for you.
How to prepare cauliflower with walnut in Georgian
This article is for those who are crazy about vegetables and fiber products, especially for vegans.
How to prepare eggplant in Adjarian way
If you read Georgian Journal permanently, you probably have heard about Adjarian Khachapuri or cheese boat. Well, Adjarians offer other dishes as well, like the following one with eggplant.
How to prepare Tolma in vine leaves
You may have never eaten vine leaves and wonder if it is even edible. Georgian dish Tolma is stuffed either in pepper or in cabbage.
Cream soup with different types of mushrooms
Those who love mushrooms, Georgian Journal is going to introduce you to the recipe of one of the mushroom cream soups.
Shqmeruli – One of the oldest and most delicious dishes from Georgia
Shqmeruli is a traditional dish from Shqmeri, one of the most beautiful villages from Racha (Georgia’s mountainous region).
How Georgians cook Mushroom gravy
One of the most appetizing Georgian meals is Mushroom gravy. It is a combination of vegetables, wine and Georgian sour plum sauce Tkemali.
Georgian toasts and how to raise them in a correct way
Georgian Sufra is unimaginable without Tamada. It is like to imagine members of symphonic orchestra to play without a conductor.
Vegan dishes of Georgian Sufra – What does Georgian cousine offer to Vegans
Pkhali, Mchadi, Khinkali with mushrooms, Lobiani, cabbage katleti, Lobio, Tolma with vegetables and red peppers stuffed with nuts – It is only a small part of meals Georgia can offer to vegans.
“Khachapuri Revolution” - 53 varieties  of cheese bread discovered in Georgia
Khachapuri, Georgian cheese bread is one of the most popular trademarks of Georgian cuisine
How well do you know Georgian food? Online quiz

Georgian cuisine is an integral part of Georgian culture and traditions.

Restaurant Old Metekhi - Synthesis of Georgian traditions and fine taste
Georgia and especially its beautiful capital – Tbilisi is famous for its historical old part, unique architecture and extremely delicious cuisine.
Georgian cheese boat Adjaruli among must-try dishes in New York
Georgian boat-shaped cheese bread named Adjaruli Khachapuri is not only Georgians’ beloved dish
5 traditional dishes to have on New Year's table in Georgia
The New Year’s feast has a long tradition in Georgia.
6 most expensive and unique types of Georgian cheese
Cheese production in Georgia has a centuries-old history.
A taste of Georgia in the US capital

Two weeks ago the first Georgian restaurant in Washington D.C. opened its doors to food enthusiasts and lovers of the Georgian cuisine.
Khachapuri, Georgia’s addictive cousin to pizza - BBC
Traditional Georgian cheese bread Khachapuri has been spotlighted by BBC.
First Georgian restaurant opens in Washington DC
Washingtonian, popular monthly magazine distributed in the Washington, D.C. area, devotes an article to the opening of the first Georgian restaurant named Supra in Washington.
 Culinary map of Georgian cuisine – Top dishes to try in each region
Georgian cuisine is the integral part of Georgian culture and traditions.
 Dumplings with yogurt and onions from Samtskhe-Javakheti Region
Tatarberak is a popular dish of Samtskhe-Javakheti Region in southern Georgia.
Khavitsi is the New Fondue
For the last ten years or so, Tusheti has become one of the most popular destinations for tourists arriving in Georgia.
Georgian cheese bread among world’s top 40 best street foods
Popular American publication, Thisisinsider reveals the best street food in 40 countries around the world. Among them is Khachapuri, a traditional Georgian dish
Stop Buying Energy Bars—Make This Grape-And-Walnut Snack Instead
Rodalesorganiclife.com, American publisher of health and wellness magazines, books, and digital properties, publishes an article about Churchkhela,
BBC about Georgian wine - Ark of Taste: Saperavi Grape
One of Georgia’s unique wines, Saperavi, has attracted the attention of BBC,
6 zones of Georgian winemaking and varieties according to regions – Facts all wine-lovers must know
Diverse climatic conditions of Georgia make it a perfect area for developing a high-quality winemaking industry.
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Exchange Rates
GEL Exchange Rate
Convertor
21.07.2018
22.07.2018
USD
1
USD
2.4417
2.4417
EUR
1
EUR
2.8436
2.8436
GBP
1
GBP
3.1813
3.1813
RUB
100
RUB
3.8430
3.8430
750ml
White Dry
None  / 2016
18.30
750ml
Red Semi-Sweet
Schuchmann Wines  / 2015
23.95
750ml
Kvevri
Zangaura  / 2015
19.90
Other Stories
Now everyone knows Khachapuri, popular cheese bread from Georgia, that has become a must dish in New York city.
There are several symbols that have become a part of Orthodox Easter celebration. Eggs dyed in red, frequently served on the wheat planted at home
Symbols of Easter and life itself, red eggs are one of the main attributes of the Easter table. They are dyed on Good Friday, the color representing
Georgian food and trademarks such as khachapuri, cheese bread, khinkali, meat dumplings, nigvziani badrijani, eggplant rolls with walnut
Extremely delicious cheese bread Adjaruli Khachapuri from Georgia’s mountainous Adjara Region
Anthony Bourdain is well-known in the US for his Emmy-winning travel show “Parts Unknown,” on CNN. One of the last episodes was dedicated to Georgia.
Popular Georgian cheese bread Adrajuli khachapuri has been spotlighted by world-famous website Culture Trip.
Combining wine and cheese is an unquenchable subject and it is being discussed by many gourmets and experts around the world.
Adjarian dishes are an integral part of Georgian cuisine and its culture.
All regions of Georgia stand out for their local delicious dishes and they make up the entire Georgian cuisine