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Georgian Wines got Exported to Russia First Time since 2006 Embargo

Published: June 11, 2013 | 9:10 am
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(CNA)-Georgian wines got exported to Russia first time since 2006 embargo. 21 600 bottles of alcoholic drinks were sent to the Russian market through Larsi checkpoint. Group of experts from Russia’s sanitary service are expected to arrive in Georgia. However, according to Levan Davitashvili, Head of National Wine Agency of Georgia, because of technical issues, the visit has been postponed till the beginning of July. Inspectors will check the production of those wine producers who could not manage to present their production during the two previous inspections. Thus far, Georgian producers have received up two million excises. Around 8-10 million bottles will be sent for sale to the Russian market for the first phase since the Russian embargo.

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