Saturday, May 26, 2012

EWBC 2012 Post Trip to Georgia. Yes, it's now a reality!


Yes, my fellow #winelover-s, it's now a reality that we are going on a EWBC post trip to the Republic of Georgia!!

I don't know if you remember, but on March 1st I posted this article: "#EWBCOFF (a post post trip to the Republic of Georgia)". Well, after almost exactly 3 months (REGISTRATION WILL OPEN ON SATURDAY, JUNE 2nd) we will have the opportunity to book what, I'm pretty sure, is going to be a fantastic and memorable trip!

Before I visited the country in September last year, I didn’t know much of Georgia and its wine industry. But I had heard/read that Georgia (and other parts of the Caucasus) is considered to be the oldest wine-producing region of the world. I had also heard that the country has more than 500 indigenous grape varieties!


If you want to learn a little more about Georgia and its wines, please check the report of my visit to the country: Visit to the Republic of Georgia - My Final Report

Here is little tease from the EWBC page: "There are places in the world that remain unknown to us, places that have thousands of years of cultural history behind it, but is rarely appreciated by the outside world. Georgia happens to be one of these countries, teeming with diverse landscapes, vibrant gastronomy, generous people and enough wine history to keep you intellectually stimulated for decades."

To see more: Post Trip #4 Georgia: Monday, November 12th – Friday, November 16th, 2012

I hope to see many of you there...

Cheers,
Luiz Alberto, #winelover


 
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