Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Vayots Dzor region of Armenia, Trinity Canyon Vineyards stands as a testament to the rich winemaking heritage of this ancient land. With a history dating back centuries and a commitment to preserving traditional winemaking methods, Trinity Winery has emerged as a true gem in the world of viticulture and enology.
Armenia, one of the world's oldest wine-producing regions, has a rich winemaking history dating back thousands of years. In recent decades, the country's wine industry has experienced a renaissance, thanks in part to the efforts of passionate individuals like Vahe Keushguerian. As an entrepreneur and advocate for Armenian wine, Keushguerian has played a significant role in revitalizing the country's viticulture and putting Armenian wines back on the global wine map.
Van Ardi Winery is devoted to crafting wines that are a true reflection of Armenia's vinicultural heritage. Among their flagship offerings is wine from the indigenous Areni Noir grape. This red wine exudes an aroma of ripe red fruits and spices, leading to a velvety palate with a balanced structure. Another highlight is Voskehat, an indigenous white grape, with notes of citrus, apricot, and floral undertones.
- "Renato always told me that if the girls were raised with us then they could see the grapes from when they were flowers. Of course the girls wanted to taste the grapes and we could not say that they are poison and you can't eat them." Milva Fenocchio
- April 25, 2018"Loire and especially Muscadet make wines that are light and fresh, mineral and fruity with a great elegance and this versatile salty character you never forget." Vincent Lieubeau, Famille Lieubeau
- Le Ragose sits at the highest point in the Valpolicella zone just north of Verona. They make Ripasso which is the second fermentation of the simple Valpolicella on the skins of Amarone.