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.