Voskevaz Karasi Collection Haghtanak Red Dry Wine 0.75 l
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Voskevaz Winery is located in Aragatsotn region of Armenia in the village by the same name, “Voskevaz,” which in Armenian means "golden bunch." Voskevaz Winery was established in 1932. With all of the modern innovations, it still has carefully preserved much of its authentic elements including the buildings. Today there are numerous construction works on the territory of the winery in order to create a new, one-of-a-kind touristic complex. The renaissance of the winery began in 2004. Today Voskevaz produces wine using both modern wine-making technology and traditional old karass that were made in the 19th century. Karas, a traditional vessel for wine fermentation and aging, was used on the territory of Armenia from ancient times. The earliest karases were found in the remains of the oldest known winery in the world (about 6,100 years old), in the caves of Areni, as well as at the partially preserved karas wine cellar in the ruins of the Urartian fortress Teishebaini. All of the company's wines, without exception, reflect the true nature of Armenia. The wines are produced only from local grape varieties and for wine aging rare high-quality Armenian oak barrels are used. In the production of sweet wines in Armenia "Voskevaz Winery" has pioneered the use of wine withering technology. Voskevaz wines were awarded multiple medals at various prestigious local and international wine contests such as “Mundus Vini”, “Decanter World Wine Awards”, “Sommelier Wine Awards”, etc.
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