Cognac "Legenda Moldovei" VSOP, souvenir box, 500 ml
Slowly drop, pleasant, delicate taste of the drink demonstrates tone juicy fruit and vanilla.
Bright, multi-faceted flavor drink gossip from notes of vanilla, prunes, honey and almonds.
The drink is a good digestif and goes well with coffee.
Name of cognac «Legenda Moldovei» symbolizes a legendary history of the origins of the Moldavian principality. In the people there are many versions of this event, but the most popular is the story of Dragos, which can be found on the pages of the book D. Cantemir, dating from the 18th century. It tells how the heir Prince Bogdan - Dragos decided to overcome the eastern mountains. He took with him three hundred hunters and pet dog - Molde. By chance, on the way they attacked on the trail of a wild bull - Zibrov. Driven attacked his next dog, the animal fell into the river and was killed with hunting arrows. It so happened that Mold captured hunting instinct, too, fell into the water, where he died. In memory of the incident Dragos called the river Moldova and ordered to become a symbol of the new Duchy of wild ox - the European bison.
"Moldovan standards" - one of the largest manufacturers of Moldovan brandy, whose history began in 1998. The factory is located in Southern Bessarabia, near the village of Tvarditsa. For miles around this area is surrounded by beautiful vineyards (more than 1700 hectares of land). The company is developing a strong alcoholic beverages (brandy, divines), carrying out a complete production cycle within the same plant. At their disposal is the best equipment from Switzerland and Italy. To create a cognac later used exclusively white grape varieties - Aligote, Rkatsiteli and Ugni Blanc. When blending of bouquet divines often complement cognac alcohol from "Tessendier & Fils". The secret of success of "Moldovan standards" in a beautiful training employees, using high quality raw material and follow the traditions of the region. Products from "Moldovan standards" has won awards at competitions such as "Peterfood" (2004), "World Food Ukraine" (2004) and "Prodexpo" (2005).