Georgian Wine Badagoni Wins Gold in Tokyo

The Badagoni Wine Brand has won a gold medal at the Japan Wine Challenge 2016 in Tokyo.

Kakhetian Noble was chosen as the best red wine in the region among the 1600 wine producers and brands from over 30 countries participating in one of the largest competitions in Asia.

White and red wines Alaverdi Traditional and Tsinandali (2014), also by Badagoni, were awarded silver medals, and Badagoni’s Maestro Saperavi and Badagoni Brut won bronze.

The company was founded in 2002, in Kakheti’s Zemo Khodasheni village, and gained success due to its clever branding philosophy, quality, and collaboration with Donato Lanati and his well-known Enosis.

Badagoni produces 1.5 million bottles a year and holds an international ISO certificate. Its Alaverdi Traditional is listed among the Top 100 Wines by Decanter magazine.

Nino Gugunishvili

19 September 2016 16:35