Manufacturing peculiarity. Muscat Chacha is distilled from white Muscat grapes grown in the historical winemaking region of Phanagoria, Taman peninsula.
Sensory peculiarities. It is distinguished by a fresh aroma of field grasses and meadow flowers, flowering grapevine with notes of white fruits – quince, peach and pear framed with Muscat and citric nuances. Cacha has a soft, rounded and buttery taste with notes of wheat bread, peach, quince and pear, and a prolonged fruity finish.
Does not have to be chilled, or may be slightly chilled when served.
Serving advice: a tulip-shaped glass.