Georgian company Georgian Natural Product, founded by the state-owned Georgian Partnership Fund is opening a Georgian House in Minsk this month.
The Georgian House will be a special space in the Belarusian capital to promote the culture, traditions and cuisine of Georgia as well as boost trade and economic relations with Belarus.
Georgian wine will be represented at Georgian House. Photo: Partnership Fund.
Georgian House features an exhibition space, a Georgian restaurant, a wine cellar, bakery and a VIP room for business meetings.
Each space aims to represent Georgian traditions, history and culture. A three-tonne qvevri, a winepress and clay vessels will be sent from Georgia to Minsk. The Georgian restaurant, wine cellar and bakery will allow visitors not only to taste but also to buy Georgian products”, reads the press release published by the Partnership Fund.
Georgian restaurant will also be opened at the Georgian House. Photo: Partnership Fund.
Among the products on sale at the Georgian House will be Georgian wine, cheese, churchkhela (a snack of nuts rolled in thickened grape juice), dried fruit, honey, tea, natural chips, Georgian handicrafts and other items.