Cognac Ararat "Vaspurakan", in box, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Ararat "Vaspurakan", in box, 0.7 L
Cognac has a rich amber color with a touch of "old gold".
The taste of cognac generous, complex and perfectly, wonderfully soft and rounded. Slight bite at the finish is smoothed out distinctively sweet notes. The finish is long and noble.
The aroma of cognac Vaspourakan - bright, elegant and complex, with hints of spices, oak and dried fruit. At the end of Balsamic notes.
Cognac is a great digestif, and is also suitable as a complement to coffee or cigar.
Title cognac Vaspourakan (translated from Armenian - "Country noble") comes from the name of one of the historical sovereign principalities of Great Armenia ninth century, which largely owes its prosperity was the ruling dynasty Artzruni. In ancient times was considered Vaspourakan promised land and the epitome of paradise on earth. Local princes were among the greatest builders and architects of his time: they built ten cities, thousands of castles, citadels and churches.
Ararat brandy Vaspourakan fresh modern design is the perfect gift for any occasion!
Cognac Ararat, which produces Yerevan Brandy Company - is a national legend that embodies the unique spirit of Armenia, its rich cultural and historical heritage, as well as the famous craftsmanship of the Armenian masters. This magnificent drink has long been a mandatory attribute of the lifestyle of many generations of our country. And today, after more than a hundred years, Ararat is best known as the Armenian cognac in his homeland of Armenia and around the world.
Brandy production in Armenia began in 1887, when Nerses Tairyan, which is the first guild merchant, built a wine-distillery, which first began to produce Armenian brandy. It was then born of innovation and technology is still the hallmark of the brand Ararat. Later, the company acquired the owner of the famous partnership in Russia "NL Shustov and Sons. " Ararat brandy become so popular that after some time the company became the official supplier of the Imperial Household, and in 1902 the plant's products won the Grand Prix in Paris, which was proof of the highest quality beverage.