In Russia, people prepare routinely their own food from vegetables and fruits grown in their garden or in the forest, and many happen to make some sort of wine which is a better drink that many wines found in the shops. Here Slava made his wine out of Aronya (арония) berries, grown on a bush-size tree, the picking of which is in october, very soon, that's why the berries below look very ripe. I'll look how it is named in French and English but I'm not familiar with this tree, which is probably also growing in western Europe.
The river in the far is unusually low, this is the result of the severe drought of this year. It shoud recover a larger size during the winter and especially in spring, when all the snow melts.
See the video shot around this dilapidated church which stands barely a hundred meters or so from Slava's house (with the woods around it, you don't even see it from there actually). Slava clears the trees standing close to the church; The remaining beams have been brought outside for removal so that architects can in the near future make plans for the reconstruction. See inside the big brick stove on the left corner.
Here's a short video of Slava in this heavy-duty dirt- and mud-roads vehicule perfectly fit for Russia's backcountry. This 4-wheel drive is also considered as very easy and cheap to fix. Beyond its use by the armed forces, it's quite common in the countryside.
If some Russian oligarch reads this story and wants to be a cool guy, I'd love so much have one of these UAZ delivered to me for my Loire weekends...