The experts of the Federal Quality Control Service (Roskachestvo) conducted a study of rosé wines from Russian producers and found that a bottle of a quality drink can cost less than 400 rubles. Specialists have checked the quality of 26 samples of 20 brands of rose wines produced in the Krasnodar Territory, Crimea, Sevastopol, Rostov region, Dagestan, and Volgograd region.
According to the results of the study, the highest quality was noted in dry rosé wines that ranked from first to eighth in the top list. It is specified that most of them were produced on the Taman Peninsula of the Kuban region.
The leader of the rating was the “Chateau Tamagne Fleurs Du Sud” wine from the producer ‘Kuban-Vino’ (355 rubles). The second place was taken by “Author’s Wine Cabernet Franc” from the ‘Fanagoria’ brand (420 rubles) and the top three was closed by “High Coast Zweigelt” from ‘Kuban-Vino’ (559 rubles). The list of five leaders also includes “Merlot Chateau Taman” from ‘Kuban Vino’ (225 rubles) and “Rose of Red” by ‘Myskhako’ (465 rubles).
It is noted that the bulk of high-quality wines were produced in 2019 and only two samples presented in the rating were dated 2018 harvest. The experts explained that most of the samples were produced from red grapes. It is added that only one wine was included in the top ten, the cost of which exceeds 700 rubles per bottle (high-quality wine from the Taman Peninsula producers can be purchased at prices ranging from 250 to 400 rubles per bottle).