Vodka Artsakh Apricot, 0.5 L
Reviews of purchase Artsakh Apricot, 0.5 L
In spite of the high alcohol content of vodka "Artsakh" has rounded taste with light sour apricot and finish with notes of apricot pits.
In the subtle flavor infused warm notes of ripe apricot, yellow plums and candied fruit.
Sour notes do "Artsakh Apricot" a fine aperitif. Ideally combined with oriental cuisine such as rice, Lagman, beshbarmak, kebab, sharp fish and meat dishes, turkey with raisins, duck with cherries and other dishes from poultry.
Vodka "Artsakh Apricot" is made with only the ripe apricot fruit with soft flesh oozing. Collect them carried out only by hand, then sorted and apricots separate the flesh from the bones. After the end of fermentation, which lasts several weeks, the fermented juice is subjected to double distillation. Distillation is carried out in small copper pot stills, similar to the form of brandy, thus achieving high quality and aromaticity distillate. High alcohol blended with soft water purified and then purified using membrane filters.
Before you go on sale "Artsakh Apricot" a few months aged in enamelled tanks, thus acquires its unique fragrant and smooth taste. At the international forum "Beverage Industry" 2006 "Artsakh Apricot" was awarded a gold medal and a diploma of the first degree.
Serve "Artsakh" recommended not chilled, and at a temperature of 20-24 degrees.
The Artsakh Brandy Company became one of the first independent family enterprises for the production of alcoholic beverages in Armenia. The creation of the winery belongs to 1998. It was built on the site of the old Askeran winery, built in 1992. The area of the plant has 3 hectares. The company also owns vineyards and fruit and berry gardens - pomegranate, mulberry and cornel. Thanks to the factory equipped with the latest technology, with a rich winemaking experience that is passed from generation to generation, Artsah Brandy Company produces and successfully sells its products on the alcohol market in France, Germany, the Czech Republic, Ukraine, Russia, Estonia, Italy and other countries : wine, cognacs, fruit distillates and pomegranate wines.