This brandy is created as a descendant of the first brandy to be produced in Armenia, in 1902. The spirit was so high regarded that it came to supply the Imperial Court of Russia in the early 20th century.
Little known in Western Europe, the brandy is extremely popular in its home nation, and in the surrounding countries of Russia, Georgia, Ukraine and Belarus.
This brandy is made with local Armenian grapes, and aged for 7 years in wooden casks.
The result is a multi-faceted and delicious brandy, with notes of old oak, sweet grapes, spice, lemon, caramel, fig, dried fruits, orange peel, and plums.
Vibrant and dignified, this is a great alterative to French Cognacs.