3D printed Georgian qvevri shortlisted for Future Agro Challenge final

This is the first time of 3D printing of Qvevri. Photo: QVEVRI.XYZ

Agenda.ge, 16 Aug 2019 - 18:42, Tbilisi,Georgia

A 3D printed Georgian wine-maing vessel, a qvevrihas been shortlisted among the finalists of the Future Agro Challenge global championship.

The championship will be held in Thessaloniki, Greece, on September 7-11. Technology entrepreneur, researcher, developer David Mizandari will represent the Georgian team.

Take a look at the qvevri creation process:


The public can vote online at: http://bit.ly/2Y4Slao where visitors must find the logo of the qvevri (Qvevri.xyz) and click the 'Vote' button.

The Future Agro Challenge (FAC) aims to discover innovative fundable food and agribusiness startups from different countries and launch them on new markets.

The large, egg-shaped qvevri is usually buried in the ground or set on the floor (in large cellars). It is used for fermentation, storage and ageing of wine.