A full, creamy and textured Armenian white made with one of the country's indigenous varieties.
Armenia, which sits just east of Turkey among the Caucasian mountains is, along with its neighbours, among the oldest wine producing countries in the world. This excellent white, from the country's chief wine producing region in the shadow of Mount Ararat is made from Voskehat, one of the main native varieties that thrives in this part of the world. It's aged for 10 months in oak which which imparts subtle vanilla, cinnamon, clove and caramel notes. It has a bouquet full of white floral notes along with ripe golden apples and subtle hints of vanilla and hazelnut while on the palate the fruit is harmoniously balanced by a rich mineral freshness.
Big and mouthfilling it's just the thing to pair alongside meaty finsh like halibut, or feathered game in a creamy sauce.