French actor Gerard Depardieu is planning to visit Crimea in order to discuss the purchase of the winery on the Peninsula. This was announced by the co-Chairman of "Business Russia" Andrei Nazarov, reports Rambler News Service.
"Depardieu is planning a trip to Crimea to discuss the issue," he said. According to Nazarov, is currently discussed specific dates of the visit, planned for summer 2017. "During this visit it is planned to discuss his investment in the wineries of the Crimea", — he added.
In April 2016 the company "Legend of Crimea" gave Depardieu certificate for 10 vines of the vineyards of the varieties "Pinot Noir" and "Viognier". Actor at the presentation of the Yalta international economic forum during the wine tasting noted that the level of the Crimean wines have increased since then, as he was on the Peninsula last time 10 years ago.
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