Producer: Anush-1 LLC
Origin: Togh village, Hadrut, Armenia
Climate: Mild and temperate. Average temperature is 11 °C, which fluctuates annually between 22 °C in July and −1 °C in January. Average precipitation can reach 710 mm and it is foggy for over 100 days a year.
Soil: Predominantly clay
Harvest date: October 2013. Hand harvested.
Blend information: Khndoghny
Vinification: Hand harvested grapes are selected on the table before cold maceration. Fermentation is carried out at 26-28ºC for 20 days. Malolactic fermentation is realized in tanks. Wine is aged in Caucasian oak barrels from Artsakh for around twelve months.
Contains sulfites: Yes.
Ideal serving temperature: 16 to 18 °C.
Tasting notes: Deep red colour of this wine is combined with the intensity of ripe red fruit aromas, further enhanced by the mouth filling medium long finish.
Producer’s comment: Late harvest selection and hand sorting of the grapes, as well as aging of the wine for a year in Caucasian oak sourced from local high elevation slow-growth forests, gives this wine depth, complexity and elegance.
Serving suggestions: Pairs well with Armenian barbeque, strong local cheeses and spicy and complex food in general.
Chief winemaker: Grigoriy Avetissyan
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