Georgia’s wine exports amounted to $ 210 million in 2020 that is 6.3% of total exports. Despite a nominal decline by $ 13 million, its share increased by 0.4 percentage points in one year.
In 2001-2020, Georgia sold wine worth $ 1.856 billion that is 17% less than France's annual exports. Georgia's share of the global wine market is 0.6% that is 3-fold exceeds the total exports.
The growth rate is relatively low but more stable in the spirits market. During the Russian embargo, in 2007-2012 alcohol exports exceeded wine.
In 2019, the United States imported Georgian wine worth $ 6.5 billion that is 5.4-fold more than Russia, Britain 3.7 -fold more wine - $ 4.4 billion, Germany - $ 2.9 billion, and China – 2-fold more wine than Russia - $ 2.4 billion.