Wine Zorah, "Karasi", 2014
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Reviews of purchase Zorah, "Karasi", 2014
The wine has a bright ruby red color.
Taste wine elegant, full, well-balanced, exotic, with notes of red fruits, ripe silky tannins and a long, well-developed aftertaste.
Complex aroma of the wine is made of notes of red fruits, light hints of spice and toast.
Wine is perfect for a hearty meat dishes such as lamb, duck, and hare stew. Excellent accompaniment to aged cheeses.
Wine "Karasi" - a tribute to the great winemaking traditions of Armenia, which has 6.1 million years, as well as grape varieties Areni Noir by which this wine has a genuine spirit. The uniqueness of the wine "Karas" is a harmonious union of modern style and features one of the world's oldest grape varieties. The name of the wine, meaning "of amphorae," points to the way wine aging. Interestingly, the clay amphorae for aging at 20% embedded in the ground.
Autochthonous variety Areni Noir today is cultivated only in Eghegnadzor area. Special geographical and climatic conditions Eghegnadzor allowed to stay vines of this ancient varieties virtually intact. Areni Noir vines on their unvaccinated roots have not changed for centuries. Areni Noir perfectly adapted to the continental climate, very resistant to disease, has a thick skin, which allows you to maintain the elegance and freshness of grapes and safeguard against sudden temperature fluctuations characteristic of the mountainous regions of Armenia.
Zorik Gharibyan, the founder of the winery Zorah, overwhelmed by the beauty and spirit of their ancient homeland, decided to restore the traditional values of the Armenian wine, using modern tools and create a soulful, magical wine with a unique character. It was a difficult task, but the strength of character and self-motivated team of professionals help did not give up the dream retreat. Through nearly a decade of hard work has produced the first wine farm. Today Zorik continues its path, seeking to create wines of impeccable quality that will reveal the potential of Armenia and will be able to compete with the best of the world of wine.