Russian Standard Vodka 2007

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The best selling premium vodka in Russia. Only the finest winter wheat is used to create this soft and very smooth vodka. Read more

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External Review
Source: Luxurious Drinks
08/18/2012

Vodka


External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
04/10/2008

The best selling premium vodka in Russia. Only the finest winter wheat is used to create this soft and very smooth vodka.


External Review
Source: Luxurious Drinks
06/11/2014

1000 ml Vodka Russian Standard


External Review
Source: CityWineCellar.com
10/16/2009

The production process includes four principal stages ashing and fermenting, distillation and rectification, filtration and relaxation, and bottling and packaging. Russian Standard vodka is made from wheat grown on the Russian steppes. This wheat is ideal for vodka production, as it The production process includes four principal stagesmashing and fermenting, distillation and rectification, filtration and relaxation, and bottling and packaging. Russian Standard vodka is made from wheat grown on the Russian steppes. This wheat is ideal for vodka production, as it grows very slowly, accumulating valuable proteins in the process. Vodka made from such grain is characterized by its high quality and excellent taste. Pure, soft glacial water from the frozen north of Russia is used to dilute alcohol. The waters of Lake Ladoga and the Upper Neva have always been considered the softest and most appropriate for the production of Russian national drinks. Multiple distillations allow for achieving an absolute purity of spirit. Filtered through charcoal and in the case of Imperia, quartz as many as four times, Russian Standard vodka is cleansed from all impurities. By precisely matching the standard of 40% alcohol by volume, measured in accordance with Professor Mendeleev's formula, all Russian Standard vodkas meet the exact criteria for creating authentic Russian vodka. Mendeleev's perfect equilibrium is ensured by a 48-hour maturation processgrows very slowly, accumulating valuable proteins in the process. Vodka made from such grain is characterized by its high quality and excellent taste. Pure, soft glacial water from the frozen north of Russia is used to dilute alcohol. The waters of Lake Ladoga and the Upper Neva have always been considered the softest and most appropriate for the production of Russian national drinks. Multiple distillations allow for achieving an absolute purity of spirit. Filtered through charcoal and in the case of Imperia, quartz as many as four times, Russian Standard vodka is cleansed from all impurities. By precisely matching the standard of 40% alcohol by volume, measured in accordance with Professor Mendeleev's formula, all Russian Standard vodkas meet the exact criteria for creating authentic Russian vodka. Mendeleev's perfect equilibrium is ensured by a 48-hour maturation process.


Winemaker's Notes:

The production process includes four principal stages—mashing and fermenting, distillation and rectification, filtration and relaxation, and bottling and packaging. Russian Standard vodka is made from wheat grown on the Russian steppes. This wheat is ideal for vodka production, as it grows very slowly, accumulating valuable proteins in the process. Vodka made from such grain is characterized by its high quality and excellent taste. Pure, soft glacial water from the frozen north of Russia is used to dilute alcohol. The waters of Lake Ladoga and the Upper Neva have always been considered the softest and most appropriate for the production of Russian national drinks. Multiple distillations allow for achieving an absolute purity of spirit. Filtered through charcoal and—in the case of Imperia, quartz—as many as four times, Russian Standard vodka is cleansed from all impurities. By precisely matching the standard of 40% alcohol by volume, measured in accordance with Professor Mendeleev's formula, all Russian Standard vodkas meet the exact criteria for creating authentic Russian vodka. Mendeleev's perfect equilibrium is ensured by a 48-hour maturation process.

The production process includes four principal stages—mashing and fermenting, distillation and rectification, filtration and relaxation, and bottling and packaging. Russian Standard vodka is made from wheat grown on the Russian steppes. This wheat is ideal for vodka production, as it grows very slowly, accumulating valuable proteins in the process. Vodka made from such grain is characterized by its high quality and excellent taste. Pure, soft glacial water from the frozen north of Russia is used to dilute alcohol. The waters of Lake Ladoga and the Upper Neva have always been considered the softest and most appropriate for the production of Russian national drinks. Multiple distillations allow for achieving an absolute purity of spirit. Filtered through charcoal and—in the case of Imperia, quartz—as many as four times, Russian Standard vodka is cleansed from all impurities. By precisely matching the standard of 40% alcohol by volume, measured in accordance with Professor Mendeleev's formula, all Russian Standard vodkas meet the exact criteria for creating authentic Russian vodka. Mendeleev's perfect equilibrium is ensured by a 48-hour maturation process.

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