2014 IWINETC Georgia
The 6th Annual International Wine Tourism Conference will be held in the beautiful city of Tbilisi, Georgia 29-30 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.
Years ago a NASA scientist spoke to the Texas Grape industry about how thousands of years ago the land we call Texas was once located near the country of Georgia prior to the earth’s plates separating into the existing continents. Texas is the home of the grape rootstocks of the … Continue reading
March 29th and 30th 2014 will see the International Wine Tourism Conference (IWINETC) bring together a unique blend of wine industry professionals from around the world in the 5* star venue Tbilisi Marriot. The event, organized by Wine Pleasures is an interactive and dynamic 2 day program during which time is spent … Continue reading
Georgia stands at a precipice for potential wine tourism, on par with Napa, Bordeaux and Toscana. Terry and Kathy have journeyed to, explored and written about over 1,000 wineries and vineyards in North America, Europe and Oceania. As our wine travel experiences around the world builds, we looked forward to … Continue reading
Georgia’s easternmost region of Kakheti is a land of hospitable, openhearted and straightforward people who live surrounded by rugged mountains, ancient castles, magnificent churches, and drink wine to praise the almighty for each harvest of their nurtured grape yards. Kakheti is unquestionably a must-see for any visitor to Georgia. With … Continue reading
Rutas del Vino España have just published wine tourism figures for 2012. The Wine routes with the greatest number of visits were the Ruta del Vino y el Cava del Penedès Enoturisme Penedès (with 479.499 visits) and the Ruta del Vino and the Brandy from Jerez (with 416.569 visits). They conclude … Continue reading
Georgia’s easternmost region of Kakheti is a land of hospitable, open hearted and straightforward people who live surrounded by rugged mountains, ancient castles, magnificent churches, and drink wine to praise the almighty for each harvest of their nurtured grape yards. Kakheti is unquestionably a must-see for any conference delegate attending … Continue reading
The 2014 International Wine Tourism Conference will take place March 28 – 29 in Tbilisi, Georgia. Up to 300 wine, culinary and travel professionals and wine and travel social and traditional media professionals will gather from throughout the world to meet, learn, and share at this, the sixth annual conference … Continue reading
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