91 points Jeb Dunnuck
"The NV Keush Sparkling is a terrific wine, as well as a screaming value. Classy notes of white flowers, stone fruits, and obvious minerality flow to a ripe, textured, balanced sparkler that has way more depth, richness, and length than the price point would have you believe. Drink it over the coming year or two."
90 points Wine Enthusiast
"Pale straw in the glass, this wine features a persistent column of tiny bubbles. It has aromas of white peach and lemon curd and flavors of Granny Smith apple, Sevilla orange, nectarine, nutmeg and roasted fennel bulb. It is creamy on the palate and offers a surprisingly spicy finish."
"Méthode traditionnelle made from indigenous varieties Voskehat (or Voskeat) and Khatoun Kharji grown at high elevation in Vayots Dzor on limestone and volcanic soils. Ungrafted centenarian vines. Elegant modern label – typographical and textured.
My first ever Armenia sparkling wine and very good it is too. Big bubbles. Pure, zesty citrus and dried grasses, hay on the nose, with a light lees creaminess. Dry tasting and almost salty on the palate, very crisp and balanced by a soft texture. Mouth-watering and precise without noticeable autolytic character except the creamy aroma and texture. 16.5/20 points. (JH)"
Vinous Reverie Notes
Blend: 60% Voskehat, 40% Khatouni. Origins represents the perfect storm of limestone soil and volcanic rock growing idyllic crisp white grapes, ripened by sunlight from high elevation vineyards. A product born from a 6,000 year-old viticulture history. Invigorating and fresh, the palate resonates with citrus and apple flavors. Finish is fresh apple flavors alongside a lingering note of toasted almond. This wine pairs well with foods that are salty; salted nuts, cured meats, as well as fried chicken.