Russian cyber attackers broke into St Petersburg Wineries in the US and stole more than 200,000 bottles of wine, the company told the Wall Street Journal on Monday.
In a statement, St Petersburg’s wineries said they would not release any more details.
The theft is the latest blow to St Petersburg, the second largest city in Russia, after the city of St. Petersburg itself.
St Petersburg was hit by an unprecedented wave of ransomware attacks in March, which caused it to shut down services.
It has since been restored.
The hack was first reported by the WSJ.
According to the WSj, the Russian hackers broke into wineries by breaking into the servers of the wineries.
The hackers also accessed their websites and other information on the internet.
The WSJ also said that the hack affected Russian cyberspies, which used a Russian IP address to target the US.
Russia has been the subject of multiple cyberattacks in recent months, including one last month that took out the country’s nuclear facilities.