Crimean winemaking has a history of over two thousand years. During the Imperial times, wine was a drink reserved for nobility, accessible to the general population only once the Soviet government began the mass production that made it something everyone could enjoy. The Soviet Union's collapse resulted in the reduction of vineyard space, consequently decreasing wine production.
Today, Crimean winemaking is experiencing a true revival. Businesses are jumping to invest in the region's vineyards, which are implementing modern European technologies. But is Crimea ready yet to rival the leading wine producers of the world?
We're determined to find out, with an evening of ALMA VALLEY wine tasting paired with delectable tapas. Conducting the tasting will be Igor Serdyuk, a journalist and wine expert.
Wine & Tapas Menu:
Alma Valley White & Artichoke
Sauvignon Blanc & Tapenade with Brie
Chardonnay & Fresh Tuna Sashimi
Summer Wine & Tuna and Bell Pepper Salad
Winter Wine & Parma Ham with Pear
Pinot Noir & Roast Beef with Capers
Merlot & Parma Ham with Zucchini
Cabernet Sauvignon & Scallops in Gorgonzola Sauce
Date: December 14 Time: 19:30 Price: 1900 rubles per person Location: Bolshaya Sadovaya, 1 18+
The registration is closed as we reached maximum amount of people.