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Celebrating International Women’s Month with Armenian winery owner Aimee Keushguerian

The grape doesn’t fall far from the vine when it comes to ambition in the Keushguerian family. Aimee grew up in Tuscany, Italy, steeped in the family wine business, and is currently getting her MBA in Wine and Spirits at the Burgundy School of Business. Living in Burgundy, she is learning from some of the world’s oldest wine making families in France. She draws many parallels between how Burgundy was divided 200 years ago, and how Armenia, following post-soviet collapse, is faced with similar challenges today. Aimee envisions Armenian winemaking echoing Burgundy’s focus on crafting elegant, terroir-driven wines. After joining her
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Zulal Areni Featured in SOMM: Cup of Salvation Movie

This exclusive clip gives you a sneak peek about what to expect from the full movie… Through an exclusive partnership with SOMM TV, Storica Wines is able to offer free access to SOMM TV through 2024 for anyone who purchases the SOMM: Cup of Salvation 4-Pack, which features two wines from Zulal. When you purchase the SOMM: Cup of Salvation 4-Pack from Storica Wines, you will receive an email directly from Storica within 1-2 days with a link to subscribe for unlimited access to SOMM TV Streaming through 2024. Interested in joining Club Storica? Visit our club page to find out more about the benefits. Through
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Wines from Keush Featured in SOMM: Cup of Salvation Movie

This exclusive clip gives you a sneak peek about what to expect from the full movie… Through an exclusive partnership with SOMM TV, Storica Wines is able to offer free access to SOMM TV through 2024 for anyone who purchases the SOMM: Cup of Salvation 4-Pack, which features two wines from Keush. When you purchase the SOMM: Cup of Salvation 4-Pack from Storica Wines, you will receive an email directly from Storica within 1-2 days with a link to subscribe for unlimited access to SOMM TV Streaming through 2024. Interested in joining Club Storica? Visit our club page to find out more about the benefits. Through
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‘The world’s most dangerous wine’: an Armenian vintner’s daring dream

On December 22, 2023, the LA Times published an article featuring Mòläna, one of our flagship wines. Ani Duzdabanyan had this to say in her article: Several years ago, Vahe Keushguerian, one of the pioneers of modern Armenian winemaking, had a daring idea — making wine in Armenia and presenting it to the world as a wine made in exile. The wine was named Mòläna to honor 13th century Persian poet and scholar Rumi, who was often referred to as Moulana. Aged in stainless-steel tanks, the ruby-colored wine with notes of raspberry and cherry and hints of winter spices showcases
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Armenia Named One of the 7 Up-and-Coming Wine Regions

We are proud to share that Armenia was recently named one of the 7 Up-and-Coming Wine Regions That Should Be on Your Radar by Wine Enthusiast Magazine. Pamela Vachon had this to say: Armenia’s wine renaissance is happening in real time, according to Ani Mouradian of Van Ardi, Armenia’s first post-Soviet, boutique winery. “The world can be watching live as we are progressing through the golden age of Armenian wine,” she says, given that the region is only about 15 years into the process of rebuilding. Soviet rule since the 1920s had seen the eradication of private winemaking enterprises in
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Five Armenian Wine Grapes to Know

Five Armenian Wine Grapes to Know

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.  Arguably the most important red wine grape in Armenia is Areni, while Voskehat is considered the key white wine grape. They’re two of hundreds of indigenous grapes featured in the winemaking renaissance across the country. Winemakers use these grapes and many others to produce diverse bottlings that reflect not only Armenia’s varied terrain, 70% of which is
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