• Abrikon


    ABRIKON is an alcohol made from apricots from the Ararat Valley, produced with technology similar to the manufacture of brandy. ABRIKON exists in a natural version (without aging) and in an aged version in oak barrels and apricot barrels.

  • ArArAt Brandy

    ArArAt Brandy

  • ArmAs Wines

    ArmAs Wines

    Golden Grape ArmAs was founded in 2007 by Armenak Aslanian, who repatriated to his motherland for the realization of goals that involve the intertwined aspects of family.

    The parcel of land that was untimely chosen, located in an area formerly known as Nor Amanos, in Aragatsotn Marz, not only fulfilled these requirements but serendipitously complied with others. Namely, the challenge and opportunity to create a secluded and self-sustaining estate that would foremost be a palpable illustration of Armenia’s agricultural and enological potential.

    Our vines grow amid the breeze of our aromatic orchards. As they are relatively young, we treat them with same care allotted for children – love and caution. We look forward to their maturity and reward, from the fruit soiled vineyards at ArmAs to our wine glasses. From grape to glass. A worthwhile journey to toast to!

  • Armenia Wine
  • Château Mukhrani
  • Hin Areni

    Hin Areni

    ''Hin Areni” winery is located in Areni village, Vayots Dzor region. Vayots Dzor Region and Areni village in particular has been the cradle of Armenian winemaking for millennia. A 6,100-year-old winery was discovered in 2007 in the the village of Areni.  

    Our vineyards are situated at an elevation of 1215-1250 meters above the sea level, in and around Areni village. Long dry summers, with remarkably vivid sunlight and high daytime temperatures contrast with cool nights encouraging a lengthy growing season and pushing harvest to the end of October. 

  • Karas Wines

    Karas Wines

  • Kataro Wine

    Kataro Wine

    Domaine Avetissyan is a family-owned winery. Avetissyan family is the first who started to craft wines from a rare Khndoghni grape varietal.

    Domaine Aveitsysan's vineyards are located at an elevation of 600-700 meters above the sea level. Mild winters and sunny summers contribute to harmonious ripening of the grapes, pure ecosphere gives the intensive and clearly distinctive taste.

  • Noy Brandy

    Noy Brandy

    Brandy is part of Armenia’s heritage and the Noy company indisputably represents this emblematic tradition. Noy is even the official supplier to the Kremlin. Production started in 1870 and received the special authorisation to use the “Cognac” appellation far back in its history.

    We have visited the Yerevan production centre several times to return with the best production and to provide you with special moments for tasting Armenian brandy.

  • Trinity Canyon Vineyards

    Trinity Canyon Vineyards

    The producer of the first Armenian Bio wines

  • Voskevaz