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Order our SOMM: Cup of Salvation 4-Pack and Get Access to SOMM TV through 2024. Additional perks include:
  • All purchasers of the SOMM 4-Pack will receive a direct email with a link to access to SOMM TV (through 2024)
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  • Access to SOMM: Cup of Salvation and over three bonus hours of never-before-seen footage
Club Storica

The Only Armenian Wine Club

Member Benefits:

  • 4, 6, or 12 bottles 3 x year 
  • 10, 15 or 25% off all orders
  • Discounted shipping rates 
  • Customizable shipments
  • Invitations to events
  • Give Back: Help Storica contribute to Armenian charitable causes through our 5% Sip to Give program

Explore Our Brands

keush

The first traditional method sparkling wine crafted from Armenian Indigenous varieties. Grapes are sourced from high elevation vineyards 1750m above sea level grown in volcanic soil. These are the highest vineyards in Armenia and among the highest vineyards in the world to produce Methode Traditionelle.

 
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Lead by one of the most experienced oenologists in Armenia, Arman Manukyan, NOA is a category leader with its meticulous viticulture in Vayots Dzor, Armenia.

 

Oshin was founded in 2017 by Vahe Keushguerian, Vahe Gabrache, and Arman Manoukian. Oshin is a small production wine; grapes for Oshin are grown by 2 grape-growers in Vayots Dzor and grapevines are approximately 40-60 year old, yielding grapes that are ripe and deeply concentrated in flavor.

 

Shofer rosé embodies the rich, red-berried nature of Areni, Armenia’s leading red grape variety. Filled with aromas of cherry and strawberry, the palate is refreshing, dry and packs real punch in terms of flavor.

 

Van Ardi translates as ‘Sun of Van”, referring to the ancient capital of Armenia where founder Varuzhan Mouradian’s ancestors are from. The winery is known for producing expressive, fruit-forward wines with complexity and balanced use of oak.

 

Voskevaz is a family owned winery in the Aragatsotn region of Armenia. They work with quality-focused growers in various regions to source grapes for their ‘Karasi Collection’ wines; fermented in traditional clay amphorae (Karas) and matured in oak barrels. A perfect marriage of ancient and modern techniques, with attention to quality and detail.

 

Zulal means pure in Armenian. These wines aim to express the purest characteristics of Armenian indigenous grape varieties. High elevation viticulture, extreme climate, and volcanic soil give these wines their distinct character.

A Guide To Armenian Wines

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We’re actively expanding our reach throughout the country, so please view our up-to-date map and list of current cities where our wines are now available, and where to purchase online.

There are more than 350 grape varieties grown across Armenia, some of which date back millennia. While a thirsty scholar could spend years studying all of Armenia’s indigenous wine grapes, a few varieties have emerged as major players in its modern wine industry.

These five Armenian wine grapes can jumpstart your dive into an ancient world of wine.

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Armenia is a mountainous country, with high-elevation vineyards some 2,000-5,800 feet above sea level. Grown in volcanic and limestone soils, Armenian wines developed unique flavors and texture compounds as a result.

Discover. Taste. Enjoy.

We’re actively expanding our reach throughout the country, so please view our up-to-date map and list of current cities where our wines are now available, and where to purchase online.