In Stock

Zorah, Voskì Armenia 2021

Write a Review
Current Stock:

Frequently Bought Together:

Armenian White Wine
Inc. Tax
Ex. Tax


Jancis Robinson
"50% Voskehat, 50% Garandmak. They started experimenting with eight or nine varieties, did a lot of micro fermentations and settled on this blend. Voskehat gives structure and Garandmak gives aromatic qualities. Zorik Gharibian said that the price of Voskehat tripled from one season to the next after they came out with this. It's the only Zorah wine which doesn’t see amphora. Starts and finishes in concrete tanks, one year of ageing in concrete followed by six months in bottle. 
The first striking impression is the long, linear spine of glittering minerality. Steely, incredibly focused, dazzling pixelation and precision and yet it comes with the silky texture of a rose petal. Grapefruit peel, bergamot, but more than flavours – this is a wine that is simply shimmering with minerality. Like tasting a lunar halo on a frosty night. 17.5/20 points. (TC)"

Vinous Reverie Notes
Winery: Voskeat in translation "Golden seed" is considered Queen of Armenia’s grapes. Both ancient native grape varieties, Voskeat and Garandmak, have been present in Armenia for millennia. Both Varieties are present throughout Armenia’s territory but, the exceptional terroir of Vayotz Dzor, with its high altitudes and elevated daytime temperatures but cool nights, yield distinctively balanced fruit in this region and highlight the full potential of these grapes. The pinnacle of high altitude viniculture Zorah’s vineyards are at 4,500 ft. A Phylloxera free terroir with low vigor, sub-alkaline, sandy, soil rich in limestone and large stones. From 30-40 year old vines. All  vines are on their own roots. Tasting Notes: The wine is floral and spicy with rich vibrant stone fruit. Fresh on the palate with vivid acidity and a layered complexity, with real depth.


Product Type:
Bottle Size:
Other White Wines
Jancis Robinson:

Customer Reviews

Don't Miss Out