GEVORKIAN AMPHORA WHITE DRY WINE

This wine is very harmonious as is the architectural ensemble of the famous medieval Armenian Monasteries. The wine is produced in accordance with the tradition of Armenian monastery wines (brewed and aged for six months in clay karases) from Kangun (85%) and Muscat (15%) grape varieties cultivated in the Ararat valley terroirs.

This wine is very harmonious as is the architectural ensemble of the famous medieval Armenian Monasteries. The wine is produced in accordance with the tradition of Armenian monastery wines (brewed and aged for six months in clay karases) from Kangun  and Voskehat grape varieties cultivated in the Ararat valley terroirs. The wine has a beautiful straw color with dazzling amber sparkles. Its crystal clear bouquet of pear and honey diluted with the sweet aroma of newly-mowed grass and wild flowers after a heavy rain is complemented with the green apple elegant acidity smoothly flowing into a long-lasting balanced aftertaste of honey and spicy flavors.

Alc. volume: 12%
Bottle size: 750ml
Fermentation temperature: 12ºC
Serving temperature: 14ºC

Gastronomic recommendations: This wine is a perfect complement for seafood and poultry dishes, which do not weaken the exquisite flavors and the sweet aroma of this wine. Sweet fruits and fatty cheese also serve as a spicy complement to the wine. The recommended serving temperature is 10 – 13°C.

GEVORKIAN AMPHORA RED DRY WINE

The fresh aroma of this wine is reminiscent of the inner courtyard of the high Armenian mountain monasteries. Its ruby-red color with light violet shading reminds of the sunset in the mountain mist and its crystal clear aroma is complemented with the flavors of ripe berries and wild flowers.

The fresh aroma of this wine is reminiscent of the inner courtyard of the high Armenian mountain monasteries. Its ruby-red color with light violet shading reminds of the sunset in the mountain mist and its crystal clear aroma is complemented with the flavors of ripe berries and wild flowers. Its gentle velvet flavor is revealed in the combination of cherries and red currant accompanied with ripe blackberry, raspberry, prune and light spicy aromas and flower flavor. The long-lasting aftertaste is dominated by black currant, blackberry and cherry flavors. The wine is produced following the tradition of Armenian monastery wines (aged for six months in clay karases), from Areni , Haghtanak and Milagh grape varieties cultivated in the terroirs of the Ararat Valley and Vayots Dzor.

Alc. volume: 12%
Bottle size: 750ml
Fermentation temperature: 22ºC
Serving temperature: 20ºC

Gastronomic recommendations: It is a perfect match for hard cheeses, steaks and exquisite meat dishes. The recommended serving temperature is 18 – 20° C.