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Zorah, Areni Noir, Karasi, Armenia

€36.95
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This wine has aromas of lightly spiced red fruits. The palate reflects the nose with hints of red fruits interwoven with an earthy savouriness and dried herbs. The palate is full bodied and generous with vibrant chalky tannins and a touch of graphite on a long mineral finish.

Grape Variety: 100% Armeni Noir

ABV 13%
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The Armenian wine brand of Zorah has been making waves in the wine industry, of late. It all started when Zorik Gharibian visited Armenia for the first time, many years ago. Zorik’s ancestors belonged to Armenia and when he visited his “native” country for the first time, the winemaker in him didn’t fail to realise the potential of his country’s abilities to make rich and flavourful wine. The sand, climate and other natural resources of Armenia compelled Zorik to buy a vineyard here and introduce the country to traditional winemaking styles.

Today more than a decade after starting the Zorah Wine brand in Armenia, Zorik is quite proud of the fact that his wines are considered as one of the best in the world. The popular wines that are crafted by Zorah Wines are Karasi, Yeraz and Voski. Karasi is a red, dry wine that is made from the Areni grape varietal, one of the oldest varieties in the world.
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Drinking style Tannic, well structured, dry
Critics Review Tom Doorley - 26/04/2020 - Areni Noir is not the usual suspects nor are the karasi or amphorae in which this very traditionally wine is made.
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