Near the school number 37 on Mahmud Kashgari Street, 58 is the Museum of Winemaking. His story begins with businessman DM Filatov, who achieved very great success in winemaking, having managed to bring the plant to the level of world representatives. He was able to bring out the paradise variety of grapes, known for its sweetness everywhere. It was for this wine maker that Filatov received a gold medal, and winemakers from all over the world began to try the paradise drink.
Everything changed during the Soviet era, when Filatov was put under persecution. He had to leave his place of residence urgently, but before that the winemaker had safely hidden a number of bottles with his legendary wine. Years later, the winery came to this place. Khovrenko, who discovered the hidden wealth. The talented winemaker decided to continue the work of Filatov, engaged in breeding new varieties of grapes, and thus creating new unique tastes.
To date, the plant is not only engaged in the production of wines, known throughout the world, but also cognac, as well as vodka. Exquisite aged wines are placed in numerous factory cellars, and when the drink reaches its perfection, it is exhibited at auctions. Therefore, to participate in the wine tasting Samarkand museum is truly an honorary ceremony.
Not so long ago, brandy cognac and wine, as well as balm produced by the wine factory, were awarded the highest awards – gold and silver. In the museum you can get acquainted with the process of becoming a factory in detail, as well as review numerous notes about the quality of the drinks produced. The museum is located on the Registan Square, call – +99 866 235 78 37, +99 890 282 62 05, +99 893 720 11 04, +99 891 548 05 68.