The History of the Barrow

Surrounded by our old vineyards lays a Scythian barrow, where, in 1959, researchers reportedly found an amphora with wine sediment. For us, this story serves as the tie which links us to winemaking through the ages. It reminds us of the tales of Queen Tomiris drowning her enemy in the bowl of wine, ancient caravans along the Silk Way carrying amphorae of wine from Greece and Caucasus, and poems by Omar Khayyam about wine.

ASSA VALLEY ALMATY short film
GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION
CLIMATE
VINEYARDS
CONSULTANTS
MARIO FREGONI
ENOSIS
DONATO LANATI
EXCEPTIONAL NATURAL PURITY
HARVESTING
VINIFICATION TECHNOLOGIES
WINE CELLAR
THE BOTTLING PROCESS
THE HISTORY OF THE BARROW
WINES
OPINIONS OF EXPERTS
THE RULES OF THE WINEMAKER
PRESENTATIONS
OUR BOUTIQUES
RESTAURANTS
WINE ORDERS
CONTACTS