Aragatsotn region is one of the winemaking regions of Armenia. The greater part of the surface area of the region is comprised of young volcanic lavas of various types and natures. Numerous freshwater springs spurt from under lava topsoil and replenish creeks. The main artery of the region is the river Kasakh. The quantity of atmospheric precipitations is 400-1000 meters. According to Armenia’s 2013 statistical report, the complete area of the region’s vineyards is 1698 hectares, of which 1665 hectares is fertile. The main grape varieties are Karmrahyut (red juice), Voskehat (gold grain), Rkatziteli,and so forth.
Armavir region is one of the winemaking regions of Armenia. The climate is extremely dry as a result of which the temperature can rise up to 40-42 degrees Celsius. The quantity of atmospheric precipitations does not exceed 300 meters. The soil is desert-like and volcanic (tuff, basalt).
It is located on an altitude of 800 meters above sea level.The climate is continental, while the temperature does not go below 00 C in the winter. The main grape variety of Artsakh is Khndoghni.
Vayotz Dzor region is one of Armenia’s oldest and most important winemaking regions. The altitude of Vayotz Dzor region from sea level oscillates between 850 meters (Areni) to 3522 meters (Vartenis Mountain). The climate is noted for its dryness. The quantity of precipitations according to altitude oscillates between 300 and 800 meters. The main natural land shafts are semiarid deserts and prairies. Mountainous and meadow-like steppes are prevalent. In the region territory, substantial reserves of beneficial ores and mineral waters have been discovered. The territory is divided by numerous creeks, rivers, and glens. Thanks to the great quantity of sunny days during the year (average 300 days/year), the grapes growing in Vayotz Dzor region have a high percentage of sugar, which guarantees a high concentration of alcohol, as a result of which it is possible to produce high-quality wine.