Armenia is the place where you will find warm hospitality coupled with delicious wines. Be ready to return for some more!
After the recent discovery of the 6.100-old winery in the Areni village, local, international wine professionals and wine lovers have acknowledged the region as one of the most ancient winemaking countries. With a plethora of wine grapes to experiment with, easily accessible wineries, favorable weather conditions for viticulture, accommodation and restaurants for every budget, we are ready to host you.
Following the international trends, what Armenia offers is more than wine.
Adventure, pristine nature, gastronomy that will satisfy every palate, handmade souvenirs that you can take home, and everything in between.
As most of the wineries are family-owned, indulge yourself in discussions with owners and winemakers. Read behind the label and get to know stories and family traditions.
აირჩიეთ წერტილი რუკაზე მარშრუტის დასაწყებად
რუკაზე, ფილტრების ველში, შეარჩიეთ ტურისტული ატრაქცია, ამის შემდეგ შეძლებთ ჰეშთეგების გამოყენებას
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Discover the natural wonders of the Vayots Dzor and Syunik regions and enjoy a dinner in the vineyard, paired with white, rose, and red Armenian wines. Visit all wineries of the Armavir region and taste exquisite dishes. Learn how to cook Armenian dishes with a chef.
The ICARE Foundation
The International Center for Agribusiness Research and Education (ICARE) Foundation is a non-governmental and non-commercial organization established in Yerevan, Armenia in 2005 by Texas A&M University. ICARE is an umbrella institution for the Agribusiness Teaching Center, the Agribusiness Research Center, and the EVN Wine Academy, as well as for agribusiness research and rural development projects. At ICARE, we are assured that innovative education is a key factor for prosperity and development. To achieve this, we combine the best practices and the most advanced knowledge in agribusiness education, research, and development.