Wines, produced from natural yeast are becoming more popular worldwide, as they do not contain additives.
Wine shop and bar Saamuri combines up to 100 types of Georgian and up to 35 types of foreign natural wines, the prices of which range from 20 to 250 GEL.
As Maia Chokhonelidze, co-founder of natural wine shop-bar "Saamuri" declared, they opened the shop over one year ago in Fabrika.
"We have transformed 50-square-meter space into a place of fun, cognition, and exchange of information about wine," Maia Chokhonelidze said.
According to her, "TBC Startup" helped them to implement the idea with a loan of GEL 42 thousand.
"We produce about 10 thousand bottles of natural wine a year, 90% of which is exported. The export market includes: Japan, the United States, European countries, and this year China has been added to this list," said the co-founder of Saamuri.
Wine shop and bar Saamuri employees three people at this stage.
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