Шато де Боде
The history of wine goes back to the early 19th century. Emperor Alexander I granted the French baron Alexandre Bode a plot of land in the vicinity of Odessa, where he built a small estate, wrote vines from France and smashed vineyards on donated lands.
Soils and climatic conditions were suitable for growing excellent grapes. Bode soon produced the best wines in the region. The baron became the director of the school of winemaking and even published his own textbook on winemaking in the southern governorates of the empire.
The wines which were found in the preserved cellars of the Alexander Bode estate and the records of the production methodology allowed us to recreate the magnificent wine CHATEAU DE BODE, in honor of the baron.