Meet the Man Bringing Incredible Armenian Wine to the U.S.

I tried a wine last month that stopped me in my tracks. It was a red aged in amphorae, traditional clay jars, from Armenia. I know what you’re thinking: a wine from a former Soviet republic made using ancient technology? It’s going to be pretty funky. Not a bit of it, however; this was a wine with absolute purity of fruit; the tannins were prominent but smooth, and the perfume was magical. The bottle, a 2014 Zorah Karasi (meaning amphora in Armenian), had more than a hint of Barolo about it, with its mixture of fragrance and power but with a heady, spicy quality that makes it unique.

Full article here: http://www.foodandwine.com/blogs/meet-man-bringing-incredible-armenian-wine-us

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