•Tradition developed from introduction of distillation to Lithuania 1511 to make vodka;
•Extraordinary, because the unique modern technology OCTAL is applied to its production;
•Only “Neutral” grain alcohol is used in the process;
•Art Deco bottle repeats the trademark;
•The aerator caps prevents falsification;
•The result is particularly clear and delicate.

At first sight, vodka production is an easy and simple process. The formula of production seems to be unsophisticated – the mixing of water with alcohol.

However, by exerting every effort, exercising abundant professional skills and invoking of traditions is required in order to make it REALLY GOOD.

The philosophy of producing the trademark vodka by the Joint Stock Company, ALITA:
•An effective combination of manufacturing traditions and innovations
•Assurance of top quality
•Produce vodka carefully and in a precisely controlled process

After nine years of manufacturing, the specialists of the firm gained considerable expertise. During this time, tests were carried out seeking to increase the efficiency of the vodka processing and to develop vodka of exclusive clearness and delicacy. During the last three years, the experiments were looking into the effects of deep cooling on the quality of vodka and the assimilation of the components.

After long lasting experiments, a new technology of vodka production was developed. The specialists named the eight step patent process OCTAL.

GERA Premium vodka is produced using the new OCTAL technology.

The process begins with a thorough selection of cereal ethyl alcohol. Before it’s poured into the tanks for manufacturing, the alcohol undergoes tasting by experienced professionals to assess the organoleptic properties of the alcohol and ends with the assessing properties of the alcohol using a modern device – a gas chromatograph. Such a control system ensures the selection of the top quality ethyl alcohol and the stability of indicators of each batch of vodka.

The second phase is water preparation. Only properly prepared water will provide the desired properties of vodka and ensure its oneness. Even negligible impurities retained in the water may pollute the vodka and cause a irreversible damage to the manufacturing process and the quality of the product. In order to avoid such complications, all phases of the production must be executed in a consecutive order.

In the opinion of the majority of professionals, demineralization of the water ensures the best water for the preparation of vodka. The chemical and physical indicators of the water are thoroughly checked at a modern laboratory before it is used in the production process.

The third phase of production is the mixing of vodka, its blending. Having the top quality alcohol and specially prepared water does not yet ensure the oneness of the product. Processing the vodka after mixing is important as well. In this phase, the tradition of vodka production and modern technologies merge into one process. The modern method of filtering ensures crystal clearness and particular delicacy of vodka after it is flowed three times through carbon filters. All quality indicators are constantly monitored thus ensuring their stability. Activated carbon makes the scent and taste more delicate and clear, because it absorbs the smallest undesirable components. So the clearness and pureness of the product is assured by carefully selecting raw material (i.e. grain alcohol), processing water to crystal clearness and repeated filtering. After the introduction of the new vodka in 2000, the company specialists worked on improving efficiency of the vodka processing and how to develop a vodka of exclusive clearness and delicacy. Within the last three years experiments were bound with the impact of deep cooling upon the quality of vodka and the assimilation of the components.

After long lasting experiments, the new technology of vodka production was developed. The specialist named it “OCTAL” to signify the eight stages of vodka processing.

Revitalizing centuries old traditional vodka making process with new OCTAL technology yields GERA PREMIUM VODKA named “GERA” or “GOOD” in Lithuanian. ALITA exerts every effort to ensure an irreproachable clearness and delicacy of the vodka. The basis of this technology is a saturation of the specially prepared water with oxygen, using NEUTRAL ethyl alcohol in producing and filtering of the cold processed vodka at below zero temperatures. The vodka is filtered three times. The modern filtering process ensures a permanent control of the quality indicators, thus ensuring their stability. The eight step vodka producing process results in a particularly delicate and clear, as a dew drop, taste of vodka.

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Tequila Aged:
Tequila of great luminosity, transparency and brilliance, golden tones, with great body. Fruity notes at aroma, pleasant balance of wood and vanilla, elegant, harmonious, confirms the plenitude in the mouth allows feel its silkiness.

Tequila Reposado:
Tequila de gran luminosidad, transparencia y brillantez, matices dorados, de gran cuerpo, Notas frutales en su aroma. Con un agradable balance madera vainilla, elegante, armonioso, confirma la plenitud en la boca dejando sentir su sedosidad.

Tequila Silver:
The Authentic spirit of blue agave in its purest form. Fine aroma of cooked agave, transparent and crystalline, with delicate citrus notes.

Tequila Blanco:
El auténtico espíritu del agave azul en su forma más pura. Fino aroma de agave cocido, transparente y cristalino con delicadas notas cítricas.

Our slogan is:
Authentic Premium Tequila.



Manufactured since 1995

Awards at International Tastings:
Silver Medal "The best sparkling wine, wine and cognac of the year" - Moscow, Russia 1999
Golden Medal "The best sparkling wine, wine and cognac of the year" - Moscow, Russia 1998
Golden Medal "Gurman ’98" - Moscow, Russia
Silver Medal "Interdrink ’98" - St. Petersburg, Russia
Silver Medal "Beverage Tasting Institute" - Chicago, Illinois 2011
Silver Medal "WSWA" - Orlando, Florida 2011

Color: from dark-golden to rich color of amber.
Aroma: Light and subtle, delicate of vanilla.
Alcohol content: 40% vol.
Production specialties: brandy ALITA is made from the selected wine distillates matured in the oak barrels at least 5 years. The wine distillates are made from the best grapes, which grow in the south – west France, Charantes province.
The supplier of the wine distillate for brandy ALITA is the famous French cognac producer "Cognac Gautier," founded in 1775. The wine distillate (other name – brandy spirit) is made by twice distilling grape wines, which are made from such grapes sorts: Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche, Colombard. Many organic aromatic substances get into the wine distillate from grape wine. It’s quantity and proportions determine brandy’s taste and aroma.
Qualities: the taste is soft and light, similar to French brandy
How to consume: the brandy is served warm, sometimes even a little bit heated. There are special cognac glasses for brandy. They have a tulip shape with the narrowing in the top – thus the aroma stays for a longer time. A little bit of brandy should be poured into a glass and warmed in your palms. Then you can feel the unique aroma bouquet. It is used alone, with ice or a part of the cocktails.
Package: flint glass 0.75 liter, also flat 0.2 liter capacity bottles.



UPC Code: 4770047220056
Manufactured since 1980 (Won Bronze Medal - “PROD EXPO 2007” - Moscow, Russia)
Rating: 84
Color: light yellow
Alcohol Content: 11%
Sugar Content: 60-65 g/dm3, Sweet
Aroma: light, fruit and flowers
Wine Enthusiast Review & Rating (S.K., 8/2007):
Heady floral and honey scents mingled with a freshness give this sparkler a distinctive edge, and on the palate, the lush sweetness is lifted by good acidity. The wine is undeniably sweet, but minerality keeps it from being cloying."



UPC Code: 4770047220605
Manufactured since 2003
Rating: 85
Color: straw yellow
Alcohol Content: 11%
Sugar Content: 45 g/dm3
Aroma: fresh fruit, gooseberry
Wine Enthusiast Review & Rating (S.K., 8/2007):
“Waves of citrus, apple and pear, balanced by a crisp minerality that keeps the wine aloft on the palate, recommended this semi-dry sparkler… The wine offers elegance and a delicate touch at a reasonable price, and will pair well with spicy cuisine or summer salads.”



UPC Code: 4770047220315
Manufactured since 1982
Rating: 84
Alcohol Content: 11%
Sugar Content: 40-45 g/dm3, semi-sweet
Aroma: light with touch of chocolate & vanilla
Wine Enthusiast Review & Rating (S.K., 8/2007):
“Snappy aromas of citrus mingle with orange and honey on the nose of this sweet sparkling wine … On the palate, the wine is rich and appealing, though perhaps a touch opulent for fans of drier wines. A great companion to Asian cuisine or paired up with an assortment of salty cheeses.”



UPC Code: 4770047220728
Manufactured since 2007
Color: intently yellow, hint of gold
Alcohol Content: 11%
Sugar Content: 40-45 g/dm3, semi-dry
Aroma: light, soft fruit and flowers
Comments for Grape variety: made from white grapes raised specifically for sparkling wines and carefully harvested. The harmonious blending of various grapes gives the sparkling wine a rich aroma and long lasting flavor.



UPC Code: 4770047220308
Manufactured since 1980 (Won Gold Medal “NOVY SVET” 2008 – Moscow, Russia)
Color: light yellow
Alcohol Content: 11%
Sugar Content: 15 g/dm3, brut
Aroma: delicate fruit and flowers. Made from white grape grown and carefully picked for sparkling wine. Harmonious wine combination enriches the sparkling wine a rich aroma and gives it an especially bright and long lasting flavor.
Comments: Brut and Dry sparkling wines similar to champagne are more favored in the west. In Eastern Europe the semi dry and sweet are preferred. Lowest sugar Content of the spackling wines.