An exhibition titled Georgia-Cradle of Wine has held its closing ceremony in Bordeaux, France, with the participation of the Georgian musical group Basiani and the presentation of a documentary about Georgian wine.
Guests had an opportunity to taste Georgian wine during the event.
Georgia’s Ambassador to France Eka Siradze-Delaunay, Georgian lawmakers and representatives from the country’s National Wine Agency also attended the occasion.
Georgian Qvevri at the entrance of the Wine Civilization World Centre. Photo by Georgia's National Wine Agency press office.
People were excited about the exhibition. The Wine Civilization World Centre is now preparing for new exhibitions and guests. The centre director stated that it would be difficult to present such a high-level and interesting exhibition for other participants,” the ambassador said.
Georgian musical group held a concert at the event. Photo by Georgia's National Wine Agency press office.
The Georgian exhibition opened on July 31 this year. On September 14 the center presented Georgian Qvevri at the entrance of its location as a permanent exposition.
People attending the Georgian wine exhibition. Photo by Georgia's National Wine Agency press office.
The step marked recognizing Qvevri as a world’s intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO in 2013.