The Spritmuseum proudly presents “Brave Wine,” a captivating outdoor exhibition from June 14 until Ukraine’s National Day on August 24. In collaboration with Beredskapslyftet, this exhibition will showcase the powerful connection between winemakers and the ongoing war in Ukraine through a remarkable photo exhibit.

When you think of wine, Ukraine may not be the first country that comes to mind. But did you know that Ukraine has a rich wine history, dating back to ancient times? The exhibition “Brave Wine. Stories from Ukraine” invites you to explore this hidden gem of the wine world and discover what makes Ukrainian wines so special.

Through stunning visual imagery, the exhibition takes you on a journey through Ukraine’s wine country, where you can learn about the unique techniques and flavors that make these wines truly one-of-a-kind. From the bold and complex reds to the crisp and refreshing whites, Ukrainian wines offer something for every palate.

But the exhibition is more than just a showcase of wine. It also tells the story of the brave winemakers who have persevered through war and conflict to keep their industry alive. Their resilience is captured in the powerful photographs on display, leaving a lasting impression on all who view them.

“Brave Wine. Stories from Ukraine” is a must-see exhibition for anyone who loves wine, history, or both. It’s a celebration of Ukraine’s winemaking heritage and a tribute to the people who have dedicated their lives to producing these brave and unique wines.

Spritmuseum and Ukrainian Culture Center in Stockholm would like to thank all of the exhibition contributors.

  • Serhiy Klimov – Ukrainian wines ambassadors, organizer of Kyiv Food and Wine Festival, author of the book “The untold story of Ukrainian Winemaking,” author of a game about Ukrainian wines “Uwines Ambassadors,” development and marketing leader of Wines of Ukraine.
  • Arsen Fedosenko – photographer
  • Ukraїner
  • The wines of Ukraine
  • OperationAid
  • Per Styregård – author
  • Leo Dahlin – copywriter