Oct. 02, 2005

Bulgarian wine on the Russian market

Bulgarian wine on the Russian market

The quality Bulgarian wine is returning to the Russian market. This became clear after the visit of an impressive group of Russian mayors and businessmen at Vinprom Karnobat”. Representatives of local governments from Moscow, Rostov, Petropavlovsk, Magadan, Ufa, Omsk, Vladikavkaz, and other Russian cities were impressed when they visited the state-of-the-art plant.

The opportunities to export white and red wines of the CHATEAU KARNOBAT and ROMANZA brands were the major topic of discussion between Minyu Staykov, the owner of Vinprom Karnobat, and Vyacheslav Artemenko, personal envoy of the head of the Consumer Department in Russia and CEO of Mosgorsnabproekt.

Minyu Staykov, the owner of Vinprom Karnobat, received a special present from Yuri Luzhkov, the Moscow mayor. Hoping for the Russian mayor to personally visit the tradition-blessed Karnobat area in the nearest future, representatives of the Moscow mayor gave a specially engraved glass to their host. The Karnobat winemakers in turn sent incrusted little casks with matured Kehlibar (Amber) grape brandy to the Moscow mayor through his envoys.

„The Karnobat wine will bring closer together this fertile land with the Russian cities and will open our markets to the quality Bulgarian goods,” was how Vladimir Selivanov, Director General of the International Assembly of Capital Cities and Large Cities, lavished his wishful thinking after the visit to  Vinprom Karnobat. He shared his hope that other representatives of the business elite would also seek contacts with the makers of quality wines and brandies soon.


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