Succoso e strutturato, con tannini setosi che ammorbidiscono il palato.
0,75 L Standard
Vayotz Dzor (Armenia)
Terreno sabbioso, ricco di scheletro e ricchissimo di calcare.
Traendo ispirazione da antiche tradizioni culturali del luogo, Yeraz è poi invecchiato per lunghi periodi in anfore locali di varie dimensioni, alcune delle quali sono scavate in profondità nel terreno e sigillate con cera per conservare i sapori intensi e l'autentica purezza varietale del vino. Oltre alle anfore grandi botti non tostate vengono utilizzate per ammorbidire i tannini. Dopo una leggera filtrazione viene effettuato un ulteriore invecchiamento in bottiglia per altri 12 mesi.
La fermentazione avviene in vasche di cemento ruvido non resinato, utilizzando solo lievito naturale.
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Name: Zorah Address: Rind (Armenia) Web Site: www.zorahwines.com
A wonderful journey into the world of wine which began many years ago when Zorik visited Armenia for the very first time. He returned powerfully impressed by the beauty and spirit of his ancient homeland. As he began to spend more time there, travel among its people and uncover its secrets and traditions, he came to realize that Armenia had a deep rooted wine culture which seemed to have all but disappeared after years of Soviet rule.
A marvelous idea began to take shape and never one to follow tradition, Zorik changed his mind about buying a vineyard in Tuscany in favour of returning to his ancestral roots in Armenia. He decided to restore traditional vinicultural values with a modern approach and create truly profound wines which would speak of this magical place. It took a dream, time, determination and a team of motivated professionals to make it all come together and after almost ten years of intense work the winery produced its first vintage.
With boundless enthusiasm and unshakable faith Zorik continues to step beyond the dream and take the adventure further. His powerful vision, of creating unique wines of undiluted quality, has become an integral part of the wineries philosophy and with each new chapter of its story Zorah wishes to expose Armenias potential in creating wines which rival the best in the world.