ZERO COMPROMISE Natural Wine Festival: A Must-Attend Event in Tbilisi
If you’re a wine enthusiast looking for an exciting event to attend, mark your calendars for May 5-6, 2023. Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, will once again host the highly anticipated natural wine festival, ZERO COMPROMISE. Organized by the Natural Wine Association and supported by the National Wine Agency, this festival promises to be an unforgettable experience for all attendees.
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What is ZERO COMPROMISE?
ZERO COMPROMISE is a two-day event that celebrates natural wines produced in Georgia. This year’s festival marks the first time it will be held over two days, due to the growing number of visitors in recent years. The event will showcase the recent harvests of Georgian natural wines and provide a platform for wine enthusiasts, experts, and importers to gain a better understanding of the local wine scene.
What to Expect at ZERO COMPROMISE
Only wine cellars that produce natural wines and are members of the Natural Wine Association will participate in the festival. This ensures that all the wines exhibited at the event are made in keeping with the rules of natural wine production.
Over the two-day festival, attendees can look forward to wine tastings, workshops, and seminars on various topics related to natural wines. You’ll have the opportunity to interact with winemakers and learn about the techniques used in producing some of Georgia’s most exquisite natural wines.
Ticket Prices and Venue Details
Regular one-day tickets will be available for purchase at 30 GEL, while guests purchasing a two-day festival pass will receive a special discount and pay only 50 GEL. The festival will take place at the former Silk Factory, located at N59 Kostava Street in Tbilisi.
You can buy tickets on tkt.ge.
If you’re passionate about natural wines, don’t miss the ZERO COMPROMISE Natural Wine Festival in Tbilisi this May. The event promises to be a unique opportunity to explore the world of natural wines, meet like-minded individuals, and enjoy some of Georgia’s finest wines. Don’t forget to grab your tickets early to take advantage of the special two-day pass discount.
Check also Wine tours in Georgia if you are interested in Georgian wines.