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Heritage Zorah wines are intended to celebrate a living history of Armenia's viticultural diversity and an exploration of its long-forgotten heritage grape varieties. The goal is to preserve rare and indigenous Armenian grape varieties from extinction. The highlight of high-altitude viticulture (between 1400 and 1500 m), the grapes are clustered in random rows of old, local vineyards around Zorah. The soil is free of phylloxera and all the vines are free-standing. The soils are not very vigorous, sub-alkaline and rich in limestone with large stones and a first layer of sand.
Manual harvesting. Only the best grapes were selected for harvesting. Grapes fermented and matured in large traditional Armenian clay amphorae (Karasi), with a maceration of about 60 days. Aged in clay for about 9 months, then 10 months in bottle. Natural yeast and very gentle filtration before bottling.
Suggestions for accompaniment
Starters - Terrine of the sea - Grilled prawns with satay - Steamed poultry, ginger and watercress juice.
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