Armenia

Armenia is known as the cradle of winemaking, as according to the legend, the wine development in the Armenian valley goes back to biblical times, when our forefather Noah, after landing on the sacred Mount Ararat planted the first vine on its slopes. The wine was a kind of reward to Noah and his family for all the pain and suffering that they had overcome during the Great Flood. Since then, the Armenian nation reveres the essence of winemaking tradition. Let’s dive into the fascinating history of the wine-making development in Armenia since ancient times to the present day!

Armenian winemaking has a history of over 6000 years. This is not just a legend, but a scientifically proven fact with various evidence in the form of different relics. In the course of archaeological excavations and numerous studies conducted on the territory of Armenia, particularly in the caves near Areni village, ancient samples of the winemaking equipment, as well as the remains of grape seeds, were found by scientists. Excavations were conducted by a team of Armenian, US and Irish archaeologists. The results of the study have been published in such prestigious journals and international media like BBC, National Geographic and The Journal of Archaeological Science.
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Zorah Karasì Areni Noir 2014
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Zorah Voski 2015
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Zorah Yeraz 2013
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