A company sells alcohol burned by Russian missiles

Oh, that wine warehouse got hit by a goddamn Russian missile at the start of the war in Ukraine. There were such walls with endless wines here that I see very popular Chateaux border. It housed a *** collection of unique wines for over 10 years. I was two kilometers away and heard the Russian troops attack. Well, everything burned for several days. Kovalev is one of the co-founders of the good wine project, *** well-known name in the Ukrainian wine scene. Its parent company imports thousands of different brands of wine and other products from over 40 different countries. This is a very rare *** maker from Australia. The attack caused an estimated loss of $15 million, but instead of letting it all go to waste, the company decided to sell the products that could be saved to fine wines. Flagship store, there is now a ***dedicated shelf that gives these special ***wines a new home. Vladimir says he picked up that bottle himself from the destroyed warehouse earlier today. First of all, we inspect and select for sale only the bottles whose cork is not removed. This is an indicator that the wine has not warmed up too much. Then we clean them *** little of the obvious burns in general. These wines are interesting and attract people who like ***. *** Part of the profits are sent to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Many winemakers treat wines like their children. They really put their soul into it at the warehouse. Work continues to find these lost treasures. They will hit the shelves with new label *** Ukraine War Survivors Sebastian CNN.

Wine of war: a company sells alcohol burned by Russian missiles

When a Russian missile hit a warehouse outside Kyiv belonging to a well-known Ukrainian wine importer, it caused millions of dollars in damage. Today, the company retains many bottles once stored, despite the destruction. walls with endless wines. Here I see Bordeaux, here a very popular chateau,” said Volodymyr Shapovalov, co-founder of Good Wine, as he walked through the war-torn warehouse. “I was two kilometers away and of course I heard the attack of the Russian troops. Everything burned for several days.” The warehouse had housed a collection of unique wines for over 10 years. Shapovalov is one of the co-founders of the project; Good Wine, a well-known name in the Ukrainian wine scene. Its parent company imports thousands of different brands of wine and other products from over 40 different countries. The attack caused an estimated loss of $15 million, but instead of letting it all go to waste, the company decided to sell the products that could be salvaged. At the Good Wine flagship store, there is now a dedicated shelf that gives these special wines a new home. Watch the video above to learn more about this heartbreaking story.

When a Russian missile hit a warehouse outside Kyiv belonging to a well-known Ukrainian wine importer, it caused millions of dollars in damage.

Today, the company retains many bottles once stored, despite the destruction.

“There were such walls with endless wines. Here I see Bordeaux, here a very popular chateau,” said Volodymyr Shapovalov, co-founder of Good Wine, as he walked through the war-torn warehouse. “I was two kilometers away and of course I heard the attack of the Russian troops. Everything burned for several days.”

The warehouse had housed a collection of unique wines for over 10 years.

Shapovalov is one of the co-founders of the project; Good Wine, a well-known name in the Ukrainian wine scene. Its parent company imports thousands of different brands of wine and other products from over 40 different countries.

The attack caused an estimated loss of $15 million, but instead of ruining everything, the company decided to sell the salvageable products. At the Good Wine flagship store, there is now a dedicated shelf that gives these special wines a new home.

Watch the video above to learn more about this heartbreaking story.

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