A documentary about S. M. Prokudin-Gorsky, a Russian photographer, which recorded several thousand objects of the Russian Empire in color. The film is dedicated to its 150th anniversary, but even more-the century of 1913. This is an opportunity to look through the eyes of today at the country that was and is not.
The wine of the film has a deep ruby color, an intense aroma with rich notes of blackberry, violet and spices. Full-bodied, rounded, with bright yet velvety tannins in the taste. Well-balanced. Versatile aftertaste.