According to the Izvestia newspaper, citing the agency, a bottle of wine produced in Russia should have a label that says “Wine of a protected geographical indication” (PGI) or “Wine of a protected appellation of origin” (ZNMP).

“Several stable brands have already developed in Russia, from year to year not only showing the high quality of wines, but also increasing the level of quality of their products. If you liked wine from the Krasnodar Territory, remember the name of the producer, ”they said in Roskachestvo.

They noted that good wines can be bought in the category of up to 500 rubles. In the low-cost segment, experts recommend wines under the brands Myskhako, Kuban-Vino, Chateau Tamagne, Fanagoria.

The department also advised drinking inexpensive wines for two after graduation, because aging can ruin the drink.

Earlier it was reported that the Russian government proposed increasing excise rates on wine from 2020: for still wines - from 18 to 31 rubles per 1 liter, for sparkling wines - from 36 to 40 rubles for 1 liter.

Leonid Popovich, President of the Union of Russian Winegrowers and Winemakers, commented on a proposal to increase excise taxes on wine in an interview with 360.