Russian sweet wine
The source of confusion is that some letters in the Cyrillic and Roman alphabets look similar, but represent different sounds. The wine is "Black Doctor," which is "Chyerniy Doktor" in Russian. Using the Cyrillic alphabet, that becomes "Черный Доктор." And Doktor - Доктор - looks a lot like, but is very different than, Aoktop.
Habits ingrained by the alphabet you use may actually be harder to break than those attributable to language. So cognates and other words that should make intuitive sense, well, don't. When we were in Russia, it took a while before a friend of mine twigged to the fact that "ресторан" is pronounced "restoran," not "pectopah." Once he did, it was far easier for him to find a meal.
Have not heard of it.
A place called Empire Wine in Albany has a bunch of wine from Moldova and the Ukraine.
PJ Wine in New York has one kind of wine from Moldova.
Those might be good places to start.
Locally, we had a Russian/eastern European deli that carried Russian and eastern European wine. It closed by the way, so I can't check for you.
Bostavan Yephbin Aoktop - Moldova
Called Doktor or Black Doktor.
Aoktop = Doktor
Winery -- Vinaria Bostavan -- website:
BGA INTERNATIONAL INC.
1727 SHEEPSHEAD BAY RD 2ND FL
BROOKLYN NY 11235 USA
Customer Service: 917-476-8903