Armenia, the Vineyards of Noah

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Rows of vineyards cover the foot of Mount Ararat. Armenian wine was developed with Christianity, but its history goes back to ancient times.

​When we think about Armenia, a country situated between Europe and Asia, we do not necessarily recall the Armenian wine. However, it was in the year 2007 that a group of  archeologists discovered the oldest traces of winemaking in Armenia and changed the widespread belief that the homeland of wine is the Roman Empire and Egypt. 

Winemaking is the identity of Armenian people and their beliefs. 

Watch the video below (in French) to find out how this country became so good at winemaking the first in the world, at the same time being the cradle of humanity and the first country to adopt Christianity

Author: Eddy Vicken