The rating of liqueur wines made from Russian grapes was presented by experts on February 20 as a part of the "Wine Guide of Russia" project. A study conducted in 2019 showed that nine of the top ten wines are Crimean wines, according to the website of the Roskachestvo.
The top three became produces of Massandra. They are: South-Coast White Muscat, which received 87.46 points out of 100, Red Stone White Muscat (85.66 points out of 100) and Prince Golitsyn Seventh Heaven (85.5 points out of 100). In the TOP-10 there are also the wines of the "Solnechnaya Dolina" (sunny valley) and INKERMAN wineries.
And along with this, the "sunny drinks" of the peninsula were previously included in other ratings of the Roskachestvo. For example, at the end of 2019 in the top ten sparkling wines there were: Moscato (semi-sweet white pearl and semi-sweet pink) and Balaclava (aged brut white) from Zolotaya Balka (golden gully) and INKERMAN brut.
Stariy Krim (Old Crimea Sauvignon Sovadzh) and Kokur of the Sunny Valley entered the TOP 10 white wines. The ranking of red wines was topped by INKERMAN with Cabernet Kachynski, and the same producer was in sixth place with Merlot Cabernet. And in the end, Rosé Dry Wine became the "bronze medalist" in the Rose Wine category.