The news out of the Bear of the East over the past few weeks has ranged from French rejection to Georgian ruble recognition to this past week's news that the country's falling currency is leading to marked increases in wine prices.Read more »
Russian winemakers and wine marketers who endured a two-year ban on TV advertising for wine are now back in the game, according to several reports from industry experts and Russian news sources.Read more »
Falling currency and rising prices can make wine a bitter swill to swallow. New figures show that Russia's imports have fallen drastically amid the sad performance of the ruble, according to a recent story by English-language news site Russia Beyond t...Read more »
According to reports from the Moscow Times and several industry news outlets, Russian officials are ready to tell France's wine export industry to stick a cork in it, so to speak. France, motivated by Western allies, recently decided to cancel a $1.2 ...Read more »
Money says a lot of about a country. For Crimea and its up-and-coming vigneron community, money means the opportunity to showcase what makes their region what it is. Earlier this week Crimean officials petitioned the Russian government to issue Crimea...Read more »
A lot of things are possible with the right amount of money. That's what the Republic of Crimea wine region is hoping for after the Russian government recently approved an investment of more than $500 million in the winemaking region.Read more »
What will the world wine landscape look like in 2018? Apparently much different than what it looks like now, according to a recent report by French news agency AFP.Read more »
It's been a good year for wine in the European country of Georgia. Earlier this year the European Union ended import tariffs on the country, and news from the nation earlier this year revealed a new winery opened in Keda with the help of the equivalen...Read more »
The numbers are in – most of them, at least – and things are looking increíble for Spanish wine exporters. “According to data published on February 23rd by the Spanish Wine Market Observatory, Spanish wine exports reached 22.8 million hectoliters in 2...Read more »
The French are the superior wine producers, but the British don't mind floating the cost. The Financial Times is reporting that Britons will spend more on wine in the next four years than the French, according to a recent study by Vinexpo and the Inte...Read more »
Semi-sweet red wine. Produced from Alexandrouly and Madjuretuly grapes, grown in Abrolauri region, Eastern part of Republic of Georgia. Rich harmonic taste with complex and tender flavor.
|Winery:||International Winery Trading House|
|Varietal:||Merlot , Cabernet Sauvignon , Saperavi|
Easy to drink difficult to describe. This one produced since 1977 year. A semi-sweet red wine produced with some amount of fresh grape juice, has nice fresh taste. Try pairing it with any kind of appetizers and fast-food, like hamburgers, burrito, Ge...
Bold flavors of anise and vanilla. Smooth sterile clean finish with a burn real similar to standard Stoli. Very good vodka but not worth the price tag. In this price range I would go with Chopin or Russian Standard Imperia.
|Region:||Russia » Myskhako Cape » Krasnodar|
One of the 21500 numerated bottles, very good price. Perfectly balanced nice wine. It seems to be mild comparing to classic Georgian saperavi. As usual it has a bright taste of what we call "chernoplodka" (Arónia mitschurínii) in Russia.
Putinka Limited Edition Premium Russian Vodka
|Winery:||Cristall Moscow Distillery|
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Semi-sweet red wine. Produced from Alexandrouly and Madjuretuly grapes, grown in Abrolauri region, Eastern part of Republic of Georgia. Rich harmonic taste with complex and tender flavor. Read More
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These are serious times for the world. Our economy is under severe pressure ... ... and to a lesser extent, Russia.Bordeaux is a strange beast in many ways, it is unique in that it has long been a commoditized wine. The auction markets have always been dominated by Bordeaux and the large production of the Chateaux, typically over 20,000 cases... Read More
When I last left off I was doing my best to stay awake in Reims to adjust to ... ... as well as the Tsars of Russia. The wine caves of Moet & Chandon have served as bomb shelters, criminal storage and wine storage. They own 1500 acres of vineyards and have an annual production of more than 2,000,000 bottles stored in more than 30 kms of sub... Read More
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