Many consider this to be the birth year of the iconic Stolichnaya® brand. It’s also the year the original recipe for the vodka was developed.
The historic Latvijas Balzams located in Riga, Latvia, commences bottling Stolichnaya® vodka.
Stolichnaya® receives its iconic label following the state-run competition.
Stolichnaya® wins a gold medal at the Brussels World's Fair & International Exhibition.
Pepper and Honey & Herb are the first commercially produced flavored vodkas in the world.
Stolichnaya® wins another gold at the Leipziger Messe World's Fair. Together with the medal from 1958, these awards are now iconic symbols featured on the label.
Stolichnaya® is the first premium vodka ever to be imported to the US Market and PepsiCo gets exclusive rights. Americans can finally quench their thirst for this exquisite spirit.
Alexei Leonov offers a tube of Stolichnaya® Vodka to the Americans on the Apollo mission when they dock with Soyuz 19. In reality, the containers have borscht (a type of beet soup) in them over which vodka labels are placed.
Stolichnaya® launches Limonnaya, the first lemon flavored vodka.
Stolichnaya® launches Vanil™, Peachik™, Razberi™, Kafya™, Zinamon™ and Strasberi™ vodkas.
Stolichnaya® invented the category of ultra-premium vodka in 1989 but elit® Vodka from the house of Stoli® redefines the upper echelon of ultra luxury vodka even further and sets a new benchmark for excellence.
Stoli® Vodka launches Stoli® Blueberi™ with a creamy mouth feel, a buttery grain character and notes of eucalyptus.
Because of the popularity of the Moscow Mule, Stoli® Vodka introduces Stoli® Ginger Beer, the perfect pairing with THE Vodka.
Stoli® Vodka introduces a new, more modern bottle design with features to improve pouring control and on-shelf visibility.
Stoli® Vodka launches gluten-free vodka that’s harvested from our fertile corn and buckwheat fields; the result is a vodka made of 88% corn and 12% buckwheat.