Republic of Armenia
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The Modern Republic of Armenia is known as agro-industrial country, where vine cultivation and winemaking are essential elements of the economy.
By smartly combining centuries-old winemaking experience, traditions and innovative knowledge and methods of wine production, Armenian wineries gradually reach reputable international levels, confidently starting to compete in the international arena.By using the climatic and relief conditions of the country smartly, the producers receive excellent grapes and make unique and impressive wines later on.
The volumes of wine production in Armenia grow year by year. The winemaking is based on both main big producers and private, small houses of enthusiasts, who impress the delicate consumers with new aromas and flavours, matching the high standards at the same time.
Invited by Armenian winemakers, international oenologists played an especially significant role in modern Armenian vitiviniculture by creating new, totally individual and attractive wines, thus pushing the wine production and vine cultivation into the modernized milestone in Armenian winemaking.
Wine culture is actively growing in parallel with the development and extension of wine in Armenia. New wine institutions, wine tours and routes are established to promote Armenian wines.
Armenian wine enthusiasts do not bound with this; they go on creating new entertainments, wine festivals, bazaars and some more every year, to develop wine culture and strengthen the old traditions of the ancient country.