Having moved from Western Armenia to the Blur district of the historical capital of Armavir famous for its ancient winemaking traditions, our ancestors planted vineyards, built underground cellars, and produced their own wine, passing on traditions to generations. JRAGHATSPANYAN wines, which ripen and mature acquiring exclusive tones in an ancient cellar built in the 1890s, are created from a combination of sunny grape, traditional processing methods, and inherited traditions. Vine: Tigrani and Karmrahyut grape varieties from the Armavir region of Ararat valley. Aged in oak barrels for 12 months.
Tasting notes: full-bodied, berries, and floral tones with pronounced aromas of spices, cherry, pomegranate, and oak, with the harmonious taste of berries, oak and velvet tannins.