2014 IWINETC Georgia
The 6th Annual International Wine Tourism Conference will be held in the beautiful city of Tbilisi, Georgia 28-29 March 2014.
Three days with over 30 talks, presentations, panel discussions and workshops combined with opportunities to taste world class wines makes this an experience not to be missed.
Supra (literally meaning table-cloth) is very much alive and is found on a daily basis in cities as in villages. Spread out before you, you will find a superb range of meats, cheeses, vegetables more often than not organically produced, and often at high altitude amid pure mountain air. Matsoni … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that the Tbilisi Marriott Hotel will be the venue for the International Wine Tourism Conference (28 – 29 March) and Wine Tourism Workshop (30 March) 2014. As with past conference venues there are plenty of stories to discover! During 100 year history the hotel witnessed … Continue reading
Wines of Georgia concluded the 2 days of the 2013 International Wine Tourism Conference. It was to be expected that Georgia’s two most important grape varieties, the white Rkatsiteli and the red Saperavi, would be presented, together with a wine vinified in the traditional amphore from the Kakheti wine region east … Continue reading
This was the title of the closing plenary session at the International Wine Tourism Conference and Workshop in Croatia 2013 and was made by the Georgian National Tourism Administration and the Georgian National Wine Agency. They gave an introduction to the wine industry of their country which has the longest … Continue reading
7:00 am – Wake up! A blogger has things to research and prep for the day. 8:30 am – Breakfast buffet. Item of note: ‘bacon’ on Croatia is really fried prosciutto 9:30 am – Branding Nova Scotia’s wine region with Lesley Trites (Girl on Wine). Lesley shared with us that … Continue reading
The 2013 International Wine Tourism Conference & Workshop has received very positive feedback for the quality of the talks included in the conference programme, the wine tastings and the post conference Fam Trips to Friuli (Blogger – Media Group) and to Veneto (Tour operators and travel agents specialised in wine … Continue reading
Prior to the start of this year’s International Wine Tourism Conference in Zagreb, the blogger media group was given a challenge: The person with the most re-tweets of their introduction post on the Wine Pleasures site would win a prize. With a full roster of social media maniacs on tap, … Continue reading
Traversing the winding roads from Spilimbergo to the Farm at Azzano Decimo, one passes many vineyards and small towns. The vineyards, still asleep, look naked next to the bright green grasses refreshed from a day of steady rain. Disembarking from the bus, our group was immediately greeted and offered Prosciutto … Continue reading