Light straw yellow color. Rich nose with a fire of artifice fruits (mango, melon, tangerine, of passion, with white flesh like pear, blackcurrant buds) embellished with beautiful floral and wooded notes. A structure in mouth round and ample, with a sufficient freshness and an astonishing aromatic length full of creamy and fruity pastries.
Grapes: Kangun 60%, Chenin Blanc 40% Armavir Region, Armenia. Two peaks, one sacred land. The Ararat Valley, gives birth to this armenian family’s romance between the early and fresh new flavours from an ancient culture. Chief winemaker: Gabriel Rogel. Consulting winemaker: Michel Rolland. Alcohol 13%. 750 ml
Kangun 50 %, Chardonnay 40 %, Viognier 20% Superb blend of local and international varieties. The potential of the soil is expressed by the acidity of the grapes. Serving suggestions: Pairs well with ﬁsh, seafood, pastas and fruit desserts.SEE ALL KARAS WINES
This semi-sweet wine begins with the best Kangun grapes, harvested slightly over ripe. Lightly pressed, only the purest must is slowly fermented with temperature control. The wine shows a warm yellow-amber color in the glass with lovely viscosity.
Grape varieties: Chardonnay, Folle Blanch, Colombard, Kangun. Armavir Region Stony, heavy soil of volcanic origin. The sparkling wine has a light yellow color with delicate and elegant bubbles displaying citric and fresh aromas with some notes of toast bread. The intense acidity makes it fresh and easy to drink.Pairs well with appetizers, seafood,...