Wine-making traditions in the South of Russia


Watch RTG TV's new programme to learn about what various wineries in southern Russia have in common, as well as how they differ, concerning the production of their grape-based alcoholic beverages.

Winemaking in Russia has a rich history. Domestic wines and cognacs give praised foreign beverages a run for their money, scoring well in prestigious international exhibitions. The Black Sea coast of the Caucasus and near the Caspian Sea are the best-known places where the sunny, wine-bearing grapes are grown and the delicious and inspiring drinks made. Krasnodar Krai, Stavropol and Dagestan have been active in wine-making for over a century. Watch RTG TV's new programme to learn about what various wineries in southern Russia have in common, as well as how they differ, concerning the production of their grape-based alcoholic beverages.