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INKERMAN (Crimea), August 26. /TASS/. Inkerman, one of Crimea’s largest wineries, is planning to put its old wine collection on sale for charity, its director general said on Wednesday.
"This wine is unique. It was bottled 40 years ago," Alexey Lipko told TASS adding that the price of each bottle will vary between 3,000 and 5,000 rubles ($43 and $72 under the current exchange rate).
"The money will go to children’s institutions," he said.
In all, Inkerman is planning to sell some 1,000 bottles and expects to raise at least 3 million rubles ($43,000).