A huge wave of popularity has reached the shores of private liquor stores. More and more people are choosing offline and online limited-stock boutiques over huge supermarkets, and for good reason!

Firstly, the tradition of buying wines in special shops came from France, where wine is not just a drink, but a cult. A real Frenchman will never go to the supermarket for a new bottle for dinner.
Secondly, this is the best range of goods. While big chains sell everything in order to reach a wider audience, private stores focus on really good products that meet the requirements of experienced wine lovers.
Thirdly, it is an opportunity to get a recommendation and choose the most suitable bottle for a given occasion, depending on your budget, preferences and dishes.

We, at the Russian House of Wine, are proud to offer the best selection of Russian winemaking. We ourselves visit all the wineries, talk with the owners, taste the products and decide which varieties are worthy of being on the virtual shelves of our store. But what factors influence our choice?

1. Premium quality.
Our main strategy is not to sell, but to share. We are happy to allow European customers to explore different aspects of wine and discover new and interesting products produced in the south of Russia - where the mild and warm climate is very close to the weather conditions of Bordeaux.

2. Grape varieties.
We value tradition and strive to learn more about wine. That is why we offer both popular grape varieties, such as 100% Cabernet Franc from the Myskhako winery, as well as unusual varieties that are not typical for European winemakers, such as Licuria Rkatsiteli with PGI. Whatever your preference, you will be able to find a wine to suit your taste.

3. A new approach to winemaking.
We believe the Old World is in desperate need of an injection of novelty. Russian wineries are not known outside the country, but they really deserve attention. At the Russian House of Wine, we strive to bring change to the world of wine consumption.

Everyone knows that good wine is quite expensive. Our range can please you with both quality and price. From €8 for a bottle of sparkling wine and €13 for a dry red Shiraz, it seems like a fair price for a great product!