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Stolichnaya Combo

Bottle Size: 1.00l Item #: 1321089
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Stolichnaya Combo 1.00l

Stolichnaya Combo

There's a confusion about the actual birth date of Stolichnaya vodka. The earliest confirmed production date is 1948, but the label design clearly predates 1946.[3] It is likely that it was created by V. G. Svirida around 1944.[4] However, there is a trademark patent dated 1938, which is sometimes quoted as another birth date.[5]In 1972, the PepsiCo company struck a barter agreement with the then government of the Soviet Union, in which PepsiCo granted exportation and Western marketing rights to Stolichnaya vodka in exchange for importation and Soviet marketing of Pepsi-Cola.[6] This exchange led to Pepsi-Cola being the first foreign product sanctioned for sale in the U.S.S.R.[7] In August 1991, the Soviet patent office revoked the Soviet agency's right to use the Stolichnaya name in Russia.[9] This led to numerous lawsuits, including what companies could market vodka under this name in the United States. On November 20, 1992, a federal judge ruled that PepsiCo would maintain the exclusive right to the name in the United States, as allowing others to market under the name would bring a "risk of irreparable harm" to the trademark.[9]Since 2001, Stolichnaya trademark has been an object of a dispute between the SPI Group and the government of Russia.[10] In 2002, a Moscow court ruled that Russia would get back the rights to the Stolichnaya brand name from Soyuzplodimport (SPI).[11][clarification needed] In 2009, William Grant & Sons USA signed an agreement to distribute Stolichnaya in the USA.

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Stolichnaya Stolichnaya Combo
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.00l
 

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Technical Notes There's a confusion about the actual birth date of Stolichnaya vodka. The earliest confirmed production date is 1948, but the label design clearly predates 1946.[3] It is likely that it was created by V. G. Svirida around 1944.[4] However, there is a trademark patent dated 1938, which is sometimes quoted as another birth date.[5]In 1972, the PepsiCo company struck a barter agreement with the then government of the Soviet Union, in which PepsiCo granted exportation and Western marketing rights to Stolichnaya vodka in exchange for importation and Soviet marketing of Pepsi-Cola.[6] This exchange led to Pepsi-Cola being the first foreign product sanctioned for sale in the U.S.S.R.[7] In August 1991, the Soviet patent office revoked the Soviet agency's right to use the Stolichnaya name in Russia.[9] This led to numerous lawsuits, including what companies could market vodka under this name in the United States. On November 20, 1992, a federal judge ruled that PepsiCo would maintain the exclusive right to the name in the United States, as allowing others to market under the name would bring a "risk of irreparable harm" to the trademark.[9]Since 2001, Stolichnaya trademark has been an object of a dispute between the SPI Group and the government of Russia.[10] In 2002, a Moscow court ruled that Russia would get back the rights to the Stolichnaya brand name from Soyuzplodimport (SPI).[11][clarification needed] In 2009, William Grant & Sons USA signed an agreement to distribute Stolichnaya in the USA.