Myskhako ages its top wines in small French barrels, supplied by a leading French cooperage. Two hundred barrels, a substantial investment for any winery, are kept in a dedicated cellar where wines slowly mature in perfect conditions. Myskhako also uses Russian oak. Red wines aged in Russian oak barrels may be an acquired taste due to smoky, tarry aromas and a certain rusticity of flavours. Myskhako wine shop in Moscow Leningradsky prospect 10 www.myskhako-moscow.ru http://kovr.ru/557
Maybe an acquired taste for some, but people eat this alot in my mother's home country which is basically shredded or minced beef, cilantro, chili pepper, and other seasonings served with rice and vegetables.