Before the dawn of civilization, a wine culture emerged in what is now Georgia. East of Europe, west of Asia, directly on the Silk Road, that culture spread to Europe and the New World. Georgian red wines are now poised to attract world-wide attention.
"Fight truth decay" is a favourite. "Come in for a free faith lift," is another – two examples of the toe-curling puns plastered across so many notice boards outside British churches. Now the hunt is on for the best pulpit pun, with a £500 prize.