Georgia exported 5.3 million bottles of wine to 35 countries in January 2022, 51% more compared to the same period last year, the Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection announced on Tuesday.
Based on the same source, the exports generated $11.6 million from the sale of wine abroad in January, marking an increase of 43%.
“Dynamics of export growth are maintained in strategic markets, where in order to promote and increase awareness of Georgian wine, the National Wine Agency implements marketing measures: Poland 103%, China 514%, Lithuania 114%, USA 245%, Latvia 22%, Estonia 102%, Japan 482%, and the United Kingdom 35%.
“Growth is also noticeable in the following countries: Ukraine 93%, Kazakhstan 106%, the Netherlands 74%, Sweden 234%, Russia 34%, Mongolia 23%, etc.
“12,123 companies exported different amounts of wine from Georgia,” reported the state agency.