History of the Imperial Domain of Abrau-Durso began with the production of “still wines”. In the 1880’s, the winery produced Riesling, a dry red wine made from Cabernet Sauvignon grape variety, which was known in Russia as Lafitte; a dry white wine made from Sémillon grape variety named Sauternes; and Burgundy – a simple red wine from Portugieser grape variety. In the Soviet times, the production of table wines was resumed in Abrau-Durso as late as 1947. A bottle of famous Abrau Cabernet was considered the best gift you could possibly bring back from the holidays on the Black Sea coast back then.
In 2013, Abrau-Durso Russian House of Wine revived the tradition by presenting a collection of two whites and a red of the 2012 vintage: Abrau Riesling, Abrau Chardonnay, and Abrau Cabernet.
• produced from own grapes grown on the slopes of the Abrau-Durso terroir;
• high quality and the age-old tradition of producing high-quality table wines;
• appealing design in a vintage style that keeps up with the style of the past era.
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