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Manuc Bey a fost armean de origine. S-a născut în Bulgaria, a trăit în Istanbul, București, Suceava și Chișinău, și a fost străin în toate „patriile” lui. Deși, în fiecare dintre ele a reușit să strângă bogății și cunoștințe. Unul dintre cele mai prețioase lucruri din averea lui era o colecție exclusivă de vinuri –  rezerva expatului.
Născut pentru a explora întreaga lume, acest vin e un voiaj dincolo de orizont, spre părți cu soare și arome, spre a sa obârșie – gustul.
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Manuc Bey had Armenian origins. He was born in Bulgaria. Lived in Istanbul, Bucharest, Suceava and Chisinau, although he was a stranger in all of his “homelands”. Anyways, he managed to accumulate wealth and knowledge in all of them. One of the most precious things he had was an exclusive wine collection – the expat’s reserve.
Born to explore the whole world, this wine is like a voyage beyond the horizon, to places with sun and flavors, to its origin – the taste.
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У Манук-Бея были армянские корни. Родился в Болгарии, жил в Стамбуле, Бухаресте, Сучаве и Кишиневе, и был чужестранцем на всех своих «родинах». Несмотря на это, в каждой из них он сумел собрать богатства и знания. Одна из самых бесценных вещей в его богатстве это эксклюзивная коллекция вин – резерв эмигранта.
Рожденное чтобы познать весь мир, это вино как путешествие за горизонт, к краям солнечным и ароматным, к своему истоку – вкусу.
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