Inkerman Winery was founded in 1961 on the basis of carving limestone mines in a closed method in Sevastopol. As a result of cutting out of stone in the mountains tunnels at a depth of 5-30 meters were formed. This makes it possible to have a constant temperature of 12 to 15 degrees and the humidity level is ideal for aging wine.
Inkerman Winery is one of the largest classical winemaking enterprises of Crimea. The gold fund of Inkerman basements is an oak container. At the plant, 700 casks and 700 barrels for aging wine are located. Wine goes through complex physical and chemical processes during aging in oak barrels. It takes a noble tone of exposure.
The whole period of time when the wine is at the stage of aging, plant specialists constantly monitor the state of wine. It is practically the only product that has a full range of table wines of the vintage European and local grape varieties available.