Wine ZORAH - The two ancient indigenous grape varieties, Voskèat and Garandmak, have been present in Armenia for thousands of years, and are found throughout the country, but are particularly well suited to the exceptional terroir of the Vayotz Dzor region, which is high in altitude and has wide temperature variations between day and night. This gives this declining variety with its golden colour a very balanced maturity between sugar and acidity and a huge potential for winemaking, Voskèat grapes are called Golden Seed in Armenia. Garandmak, on the other hand, is one of the most popular grapes, is a much more resistant variety, greenish yellow in colour, with larger berries, thicker skin and compact clusters. The wine is rich, complex and warm on the palate. The nose has notes of hazelnut, with a minerality that is present. On the palate the balance is very interesting, tense and alkaline, it is also rich in white fruits such as pear and peach, but round and silky due to the light ageing. The harmony is such that this wine can be enjoyed during and outside of meals, as an aperitif. It will also pair very well with fish, risottos or white meats.