Georgia

Evidence of oldest wine in human history discovered

The oldest evidence ever found of wine made using grapes has been discovered in Georgia. Some 8,000 years old it confirms that mankind’s relationship with wine is as much as 500-1,000 years older than previously thought.

Georgia in pictures

dbHK's Natalie Wang just visited the ancient winemaking country, Georgia,last week, and rounded up some pictorial highlights from her immersive trip to explore various indigenous grape varieties, its qveri winemaking and its delicious traditional food.

Georgia looks east for its greatest wine hope

Riding on the back of strong Georgian wine export performance to China and a newly signed Free Trade Agreement between the two countries, Georgian wines are racking up interest among trade professionals and consumers.

The week in pictures: Hong Kong

Hong Kong's drinks trade had a lot to offer in the past two weeks; from a Penfolds re-corking clinic to a Georgian wine tour by Debra Meiburg MW as well as a workshop by Port producer Symington Family Estates.

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