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A Winery Will Be Opened In Azov
5.05.2017 17:27
 A Winery Will Be Opened In Azov

 A new winery will open in Azov (Rostov region) in the summer of 2017, the press service of the city administration reports.

"The enterprise will produce small volumes of farm wine of high European quality," the report says.

      The main core of this product will be dry wines. The official opening of the winery is scheduled for July 9.

      On the territory of the winery, gardens, bicycle paths, a park area, a small vineyard and a pond, which in winter will be used as a skating rink, will be located.

      Over time, a hotel, a restaurant and a grocery store will be built. In the future, it is planned to open a mud bath and thermal baths  there.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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