Winery of the Perovskikh homestead

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The first winery in the place of which the current farm "Perovskikh homestead" is located was founded in 1834 by Nikolai Perovsky, governor of the Taurida Gubernia and mayor of Feodosia.
The genus Perovskikh gave Russia such figures as Aleksey Perovsky, also known under the pen name Antony Pogorelsky (Russian writer, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences), Alexey Perovsky - the uncle of A.K.Tolstoy and the brothers Alexey and Vladimir Zhemchuzhnikov, and his nephews became famous throughout the Empire, creating the literary mask "Kozma Prutkov", Lev Perovsky (Minister of the Interior of the Russian Empire, and also the Administrator of the Cabinet of His Imperial Majesty). In 1889, the estate was sold to the merchant of South Coast wines in Petersburg, Fedor Stahl, who is in 1890 laid new vineyards, built a house with extensive wine cellars and renamed the estate "Primorskoe" in "Alcadar".
In 1905, the Government Gazette reported that the wine presented by the Stahl brothers at the world exhibition in Lüttich was awarded a medal. After the revolution, in 1920 in the valley, the state farm "Alkadar" was established, and in 1927, in honor of the 10th anniversary of the October Revolution, he received a new name - "Sophia Perovskaya", and a unique wine "Riesling Alkadar" harvests of 1929 and 1946 is still kept in the storage of the winery "Massandra".
After 95 years, in 2015 the farm was renamed in the "Perovskikh homestead". The winery "Perovskikh homestead" presented a line of quiet and sparkling wines and acquired a new branch in the history of winemaking in the Crimea.
At the moment, the total area of the vineyards is 240 hectares (of which 15 hectares planted in 2016, and 20 hectares - in 2017). The average yield does not exceed 3 tons of grapes from 1 hectare. The age of the old vineyards is 17-25 years, the young ones started planting in 2012. Each year, about 10-30 hectares of planting are created, and it will also land in 2018 and 2019. Cultivated red varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Cabernet Fran.



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