Materials for Consulting

Qualified Personnel of Georgian Wine Guild is ready to provide advice to small family wineries, viticulturists, wine business in the industrial wine producing sector, wine tourism and startups.

Consultation is available on the following matters:

  • Vineyard cultivation and maintenance, vine protection and other issues regarding viticulture;
  • Bio (organic) viticulture and winemaking;
  • Wine technology (traditional technologies and modern approaches);
  • Organoleptic evaluation of wine (taste characteristics, identification of faults and defects);
  • Viticulture-winemaking regulatory documents and wine certification;
  • Wine marketing;
  • Laboratory analysis of wine;
  • Consultation is available both on-site and remotely.


Contact Us for a Consultation

+995 599 517 775

+995 577 122 118 

Frequently Asked Questions

The program "Georgian Traditional Technologies of Wine Production" belongs to the 5th level of the National Qualifications Framework, and "Wine and Spirits Tasting" - to the 4th level.

The Georgian Wine Guild has obtained the right to teach these programs by the decision of the Board of the National Center for Quality Development in Education, April 13th, 2020 № 337145 and № 337125, to implement vocational training / retraining programs.
According to Article 2 of the Resolution of the Government of Georgia №131 (March 15th, 2019, Tbilisi), the purpose of obtaining the right to implement a vocational training program and vocational retraining program is to carry out relevant activities within formal education and issue a certificate of vocational education recognized by the state. Accordingly: Upon successful completion of the programs, a certificate of professional education will be issued.

This document, as a state-recognized certificate, is subject to apostille certification. To learn about the procedure, visit the website of the State Services Development Agency.

  • For viticulturists;
  • For winemakers;
  • For persons employed in the wine production sector or job seekers;
  • For persons employed in the wine business (sales, tourism, services and trade sector) or job seekers;
  • For individuals / start-ups interested in starting a viticulture-winemaking business.
  • In a small productivity cellar;
  • In industrial wine enterprises (wineries).

The content of the program takes into account the requirements of the modern labor market and is focused on promoting employment and self-employment of attendees.

  • As a member in the tasting commissions of various wines and drinks of grape origin (competitive, industrial, permanent);
  • In small-capacity and industrial wines productions (cellars, wineries). One of the important conditions for the quality wine production is the implementation of organoleptic assessment at each stage of production, which requires personnel with relevant knowledge and skills.
  • Wine shops. Before placing the products on the store shelf, in order to control the quality of the products, the wine undergoes sensory evaluation - tasting. The involvement of qualified wine tasters in this process affects the reputation and popularity of the store.
  • Facilities involved in wine tourism: tasting halls, hotels, etc. A marketing way to promote the sale of manufactured products is to organize presentation tastings in service, trade and tourism facilities. Planning / conducting tasting, adhering to proven etiquette requires specific knowledge. It is important for the development of the field that the management of these events is carried out by qualified personnel. With the refinement of wine hosting etiquette, with the development of wine tourism, the demand for individuals with this knowledge and practical excellence is increasing.