(2021) A blend of the local Kangun (65%) and Rkatsiteli from vineyards at over 1000 metres altitude, this is unoaked and comes from an area close to the biblical Moutn Arrarat. Fresh pear and a zipping lemon and lemon rind are the main aromatic notes, a little fresh green grape too. The palate has plenty of peachy fruit, lime and a really lovely, clear acid line to the finish. A stylish and modern interpretation from one of the most ancient of all winemaking countries. Watch the video for more information.
(2020) Only a handful of Armenian wines exisit within the 20,000+ tasting notes on this site, and only one - this one - made from the Voskehat grape variety. Old, ungrafted vines at 1400 meteres above sea level - over 4,500 feet - this falls into the herby and dry, orchard fruit spectrum of natural feeling wines, the palate delivering a certain but unquantifiable fruit sweetness, swept up in a rush of lemon and mineral salts acidity. Refreshing, different, and most enjoyable.