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The glorious victory of Badagoni!

Badagoni red wines "Alaverdi Tradition" and "Kakhetian Noble" were awarded with Gold Medals at one of the most prestigious international wine competitions - "MUNDUS VINI"! 

Mundus Vini is conducted in Germany. This year there participated more than 10 000 wines in the competition, that is the record number! Competition jury unites leading professional sommeliers, wine experts and famous enologists of the world, who choose the best wines based on blind tasting.

We are happy, that Badagoni wines continue being admired by the wine experts and Georgian wine popularization throughout the world! It's a glorious victory of Georgia as a country!

Badagoni is indisputable leader among Georgian wine exporter companies!

Georgia in 2017 exported a record number of wine for the past 30 years – 76,7 million bottles of wine to 53 countries.


Volume of exports was increased by 54%, Georgia generated $170 million from wine selling abroad and as a result the revenue was increased by 49% vs 2016.


We are proud to announce, that one of the major contributors of such a huge growth of Georgian wine is Badagoni, which according to the 2017 results appears an indisputable leader among 250 Georgian wine exporter companies!

Badagoni opened The Center of Georgian Culture in China!

Badagoni wine company partner in China, with the support and active envolvement of Badagoni, has launched the Center of Georgian Culture in China. The opening ceremony attended minister of agriculture of Georgia Levan Davitashvili, governor of Kakheti region Irakli Kadagishvili, owner of Badagoni company Giorgi Salakaia, representatives of government of China and other officials.

Wonderful building of the cultural center, with its amazing essence and attractive design, will promote Georgian wine, tourism and Georgian business in general in China. The center comprises a quite large territory and each of its halls and corners demonstrate beautiful Georgian landscapes, Georgian monasteries, Georgian traditional wine-making method and amazing Badagoni wines of course.    

“I would like to congratulate Georgian wine lovers with this important event and also would like to express thanks to the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia for supporting us in promotion of Georgian wine throughout the world” – announced Badagoni company owner, Giorgi Salakaia.

Georgian wine got into the Guinness book of records

Georgian wine got into the Guinness book of records. This is stated on the official web page of the organization.


Scientists agree that viniculture spread to the world from the territory of Georgia.


Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), official scientific journal of the National Academy of Sciences, published results of chemical analysis based on which tribes residing across Georgia’s territory began wine-making 8 thousand years ago.


The earliest biomolecular archaeological and archaeobotanical evidence for grape wine and viniculture from the Near East, ca. 6,000–5,800 BC during the early Neolithic Period, was obtained by excavated materials from two sites in Georgia.

The pottery was discovered in two antique Neolithic villages, called Gadachrili Gora and Shulaveris Gora, about 50 kilometers away from Tbilisi. Georgian, Canadian, American, French and Italian scientists are the authors of the article published in PNAS.

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