The Best Armenian Brandy
Yerevan Brandy Company (YBC) is the exclusive producer of ARARAT brandies and the direct successor of Armenian brandy making traditions established back in 1887. It is born thanks to the generous union of human talent and the richness of Armenian nature. Being produced only with local Armenian grapes, the creation of ARARAT brandy begins with the cultivation of vine in Ararat Valley that enjoy 300 sunny days a year.
Vayots Dzor Region and Areni village in particular has been the cradle of Armenian winemaking for millennia. The findings give the grounds to assert that Armenia is one of the ancient areas where grape cultivation, processing and wine-making was developed.
A 6,100-year-old winery was discovered in 2007 in the the village of Areni.
Located in South Caucasus, Artsakh region is one of the very few places on Earth where grows Khndoghni (Sireni) grape variety. Indigenous to this region it has been a source of perfect home-made local wines, until Avetissyan family presented the Khndoghni wine to the world.