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Supplies of wine depend on Georgia may begin soon2013-04-04 15:29
Georgian wine producers that have registered their products in Russia can launch supplies to the Russian market. As reported by the Interfax, this was announced by the chief sanitary doctor of Russia, the head of Rospotrebnadzor Gennady Onishchenko.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Now everything is in their hands," said Onishchenko. He noted that while about 40 names of wine of two Georgian enterprises - "Kindzmarauli Marani" and "Wine House Dugladze" - have passed registration in Russia.
The head of Rospotrebnadzor believes that in the near future the products of other Georgian plants may be registered. "They are preparing. This is not a simple process," he explained.
Recall, yesterday it was reported that Georgian producers were going to resume the supply of beer to the Russian market.
"A delegation of Russian experts will soon visit our country to check Georgian enterprises producing beer that have a desire to supply their products to the Russia market," the head of the National Wine Agency Levan Davitashvili said.
According to Davitashvili, in Russia there "was and remains a definite demand for the beers produced in Georgia." He added that the brewers "would have to undergo the same procedure as the companies for the production of wine."