dimanche 17 juillet 2011

Georgia: The Party of wine.

On 1st May 2009, Giorgi Chenguelaia, 72, a Georgian filmmaker announced the founding of the political party wine that will be in opposition to President Mikhaïl Saakashvili.
"Wine is a symbol of Georgia and a pillar of the Georgian economy," said Giorgi Chenguelaia, also owns a wine company in 1994 exporting 20,000 bottles per year in the Russian market. His party wants to restore the values ​​of the time "where morality and chivalry were appreciated."
         Georgia, the Caucasus mountain republic on the Black Sea, is considered by many experts as a cradle of wine culture. Wine production would have started 8,000 years ago, long before Western Europe.
In 2001, he created "The party of Georgian wine," together with Russia, which was dissolved in 2003 with the arrival of Saakashvili to power and the sudden break in economic ties between Tbilisi and Moscow
In 1999, he had made Georgia the first erotic film "Love in the vineyards." Naked women frolicking among the vines and grapes by exalting the consumption of Georgian wine.
Giorgi's brother, also a filmmaker and member Eldar Chenguelaia, received from the President the Order of Saint George. What has infuriated against President Mikheil Saakashvili (born in 1967), on power since 2008.
But can there still jars of wine in Georgia not to offend Mr. Giorgi Changuelaia?
Georgia is a country located between Europe and Asia. Independent from the USSR since April 9, 1991, it covers 69,700 km2 and is populated by 874 inhabitants in 4585, 2011.
Joseph Stalin Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili (1878-1953), dictator of the USSR (1922-1952) was of Georgian origin.
Eduard Shevardnadze (1928 -) the second president of Georgia from 1992 to 2003 was the former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mikhail Gorbachev and the first support Boris Yeltsin, (1931-2007) during his coup in 1991 against the last.

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