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Georgian Wine Back in Russia
7.03.2013 08:02
Georgian Wine Back in Russia
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Russia will re-open its borders for Georgian wine and liquor, says the nation’s chief hygiene inspector.

      Following on-site inspections, 37 wineries and liquor producers have been allowed to send their products for registration in the Russian Federation.

      If everything goes according to plan, Russians will get a taste of Georgian wine for the first time since 2006, when Russian authorities slapped a ban on Georgian producers citing poor quality.


      




Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Georgian wine Gennady Onishchenko    

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