This fully subscribed webinar on Georgian grape varietals presented by Sarah Abbott MW was aimed specifically for those working in the wine and hospitality trades, media and wine education.
Georgia has a rich culture and history and is one of the oldest – probably THE oldest – wine-producing nation on earth, with 8,000 years of unbroken grape growing, 500 indigenous wine grape varieties, and a rich wine-making heritage it made for a fascinating webinar.
During this webinar, we made a theoretical journey into Georgian grape varieties, where to find them, how to understand them, and how they relate to familiar European grapes. We explored the history, planting, survival, and wine styles of these wonderful indigenous grape varieties, giving examples of key wines, regional characteristics, typical winemaking treatments in both classic and qvevri methods, and listings of importers and wholesalers with example wines in the UK.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Here is the link to Georgian Grape Varieties:
The website Georgianwine.uk also has useful information on Georgian wine regions, grape varieties, producers, etc.
THE EVENT IN SOCIAL MEDIA
“Just wanted to say thanks for the webinar on Georgian wines last week. Really fascinating and so much to learn! Looking forward to future seminars, thanks again.”
Wine Education & Consultancy
“Thanks so much for yesterday and please thank Sarah on my behalf for a very interesting and illuminating presentation.”
“Thanks for yesterday – great info and I learnt a lot about the areas.”
Wine, Food and Lifestyle Writer
“Hope you’re both well and thanks for organising the webinar, it was greatly informative and so interesting!”
“Thank you so much for this morning’s presentation, it was fascinating and the proof is that there were so many questions. The webinar really made my week.”
“I really enjoyed the webinar this morning, first time I’ve felt fully engaged in something for a while.”
“It was excellent. I learnt so much from Sarah in that short time. The format with questions worked v well and now I am dying to go to Georgia!”