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Georgian wines to appear in Norway2010-07-09 16:22
Vinmonopolet, the Norwegian state company, controlling turnover of alcohol in the state, intends to import wines from Georgia - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Kote Zaldastanishvili, the head of Georgian-European business council, in accordance with the bid this year Georgia will be able to start supplies of white wine, produced in 2007 or earlier, for 300 Norwegian crones per bottle at maximum [USD 47]. The tender will define the companies to sell wines to Norway.
Attempts to find in Scandinavia a market for wine were made before as well. Last year Federico Brum, the owner of Solera wine distributing company, controlling 40 per cent of Scandinavian market, was invited to Georgia, tasted wines of several Georgian manufacturers, and took samples to Norway for inspection.
Vinmonopolet executive director also noted the high quality of Georgian wines.
In Scandinavian countries state monopoly exists in wine market. Import products are chosen via tenders.