The 2015 relaunch of Ararat Akhtamar, a 10-year-old Armenian brandy produced from local white grapes. Very popular at home as well as with their Russian-speaking neighbours. The brand was a favourite of the rich and famous including Sir Winston Churchill.
The seven-year-old Ararat Otborny is a descendant of the first Armenian vintage brandy, created back in 1902. This complex and multi-faceted blend has a light aroma of fresh orange peel and a deep, long taste with hints of caramel and bitter almonds.
Ararat Dvin is one of the exclusive Ararat brandies. This blend is aged for longer in oak casks, which gives it a typical woody-smoky aroma of cigars with hints of clove and a slightly sweet taste of hazelnut.
Ararat NairiŒæ 20 years is the top-of-the-line spirit made exclusively from those amazing Armenian white grapes. It is aged a full two decades in oak and brought to proof with local spring water. It is a pure expression of Armenian spirit in a bottle. The quality is so high that it is often referred to as Armenian Cognac.
Beautiful amber color with a touch of copper. Lively and elegant aroma. Beeswax, hazelnut and oak bark with traces of vanilla and dried plum dominate the bouquet. Rounded, hidden, sweetish taste unfolds gradually offering you a temptingly long aftertaste.
Amber color with a spark of chocolate. Bright, spicy and fresh aroma. Light overtones of orange and vanilla with a touch of almond in the bouquet. Intense and long-lasting taste. Clearly expressed sweetness makes it more rounded. Transition to the shades of lemon and dried fig, slightly acidic aftertaste.
Ararat Vaspurakan is an Armenian brandy produced by the Yerevan Brandy Company. Rich, complex, complete, astonishingly mild and rounded taste. Light sharpness at the end is smoothed by clearly expressed sweet notes. Long and noble aftertaste.
The precious blend of ARARAT Erebuni 30-year-old brandy features exquisite fragrance and velvety flavor. The aroma of dried fruit gently and harmoniously combines with hints of toasted hazelnut, delivering the pleasant tartness of aged oak combined with apricot and smoky plums.