Thanks to Shiraz Mamedov for sharing comments about Azerbaijan wines:
There are apparently very few true Azerbaijan wines available in Russia. Due to the ban on Georgian wine in Russia, Georgian wine is now packaged with Azeri certificates as a workaround for import to Russia. However, despite the fact that Azerbaijan is a predominantly Muslim country, it has a long wine tradition dating back more than 2,000 years. The Gandga, Shemakha, Gabala, Akstafa regions, and particularly Shemakha area produce good wines. There are 450 local grape varieties in Azerbaijan, some of which are unique to the region. In addition, Merlot, Chardonnay, Shiraz, Rkatsiteli (Georgian), Saperavi (Georgian) and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are also grown there. In the Shakmhor region, winemaking has been influenced by a German colony named Annenfeld, and in the Ismailli Region by a Russian Tsarist colony named Ivanovka.