By respecting – and rescuing – the past, we can make Armenian wines for the future.
Driving around Armavir, you might see neglected karases in gardens or vineyards. One of the winery’s missions is to recycle these glorious clay wine-making gems, restoring them in order to ferment and age 21st-century wines.
Besides this very special terroir, vineyards are planted at 1,100 metres above sea level, allowing grapes to take advantage of thermal amplitude and slowly ripen while maintaining the natural acidity levels and sweet tannins that create top-quality structured wine.
Behind all this, there’s a dedicated viticulture team meticulously assessing and analysing every inch of every plot to assure that Armavir’s identity is shared through its wine.
Karas Wines in the hands of the Eurnekian family. Sustainability, family, tradition and expertise come together at Karas Wines, an Armenian winery seated under the eternal gaze of Mount Ararat. Our mission is to produce world-class vintages from our own...