BAKU, Azerbaijan, Dec. 9
By Maryana Akhmedova – Trend:
Georgia’s revenues from wine exports from January through November 2021 reached $222 million, which is an increase of 4 percent, compared to the same period of 2020, Trend reports via National Wine Agency of Georgia.
The amount of the exported wine in the reporting period of 2021 also increased by 11 percent and totaled 96.1 million bottles, which is a historical maximum, the Agency said.
TOP-5 importers of Georgian's wine (Jan. through Nov. 2021):
Russia – 55.8 million bottles (6-percent increase);
Ukraine – 11.6 million bottles (11-percent increase);
Poland – 5.9 million bottles (29-percent increase);
China – 5.4 million bottles (26-percent increase);
Kazakhstan – 3.7 million bottles (38-percent increase).
Meanwhile, 421 companies exported different volumes of wine from Georgia.
The agency noted that 38.2 million bottles (0.5 l) of brandy were exported, which is 30 percent more than over the same period in 2020. Revenues from brandy exports reached $70.9 million (increase of 17 percent).
About 760,300 bottles (0.5 l) of chacha were exported, the export growth was 42 percent. Revenues from chacha exports reached $1.9 million, while the growth was 42 percent, compared to the same period of 2020.
“Exports of wine, brandy, chacha, brandy on tap amounted to $356 million in revenues, up 12 percent, compared to the same period of 2020,” said the agency.
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