Verification of the organoleptic qualities of the Sevastopol and Crimean wines
Verification of the organoleptic qualities of the Sevastopol and Crimean wines, which Roskachestvo is going to hold together with the Ministry of Industry and Trade, most likely will not bring a positive result for the winemakers of the Crimea and Sevastopol, and may become another factor hindering the work.
This opinion was expressed by ForPost Pavel Shvets, a Sevastopol wine-maker and a member of the Association of winegrowers and wine-makers of Sevastopol.
On the eve, Roskoschestvo reported that on a joint initiative with the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, the department would check the taste qualities of 300 Russian wines in price categories from 200 to 1000 rubles. Including the wines of the Crimea and Sevastopol, the Krasnodar Territory and the Rostov Region will be investigated. The organoleptic properties of wines will be checked by a specially formed group of leading expert tasters. The research results will be the basis of the “Wine Guide of Russia” – a regular catalog of high-quality Russian-made wines created by Roskachestvo with detailed characteristics of each product.