Georgian Wine Badagoni Wins Golden Medal in Japan

Georgian wine Badagoni has won a Gold Medal at the 18th annual Japan Wine Challenge festival, held at the Hotel “Conrad Tokyo”, in Tokyo on August 28-30.

A total of over 1,300 wines were entered and judged by a panel of leading wine professionals from Japan and international. 

The wines were presented from 28 countries, France, Australia, Italy, Japan, Chile including Georgia.

A total of 15 Trophy medals were awarded, 63 Gold medals, 234 Silver medals and 546 Bronze medals.

The Mukuzani red dry wine is made from 100% Saperavi grapes in Kakheti and has been produced since 1888. Mukuzani has a deep red color with a soft smoky scent of oak and berry, It’s ruby-coloured, has got a special aroma. It has won 9 gold medals, 2 silver medals and 3 bronze medals in international competitions and now it has won one more Gold medal.

“Georgian wines have their own stories to tell and it is our greatest ambition to be able to translate them into a language that will be comprehensible to the wine lovers around the world,” said a Badagoni company representative.

The Awards Ceremony for the Japan Wine Challenge 2015 will take place on Friday 29th January 2016 at the Conrad Tokyo Hotel. Details will be announced soon. Her Imperial Highness Princess Takamado will be present.  

 Nina Ioseliani


01 September 2015 16:43