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May 04, 2011



From what I remember of my trip to Armenia 2 years ago, Armenian wines can be pretty dreadful! The Cornelian cherry and mulberry brandies were much tastier choices.


Great Thank You for informations. I have garden with litlle vitis vinifera, but this 3th of the May frozen all. Look here: www.2az.org/galeria
Karel Jirsa
Czech Republic

Nancy Pearson

On Our trip to Armenia in Aug. 2014 we tasted delicious red wines. Made in Armenia.

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