Zorah

Karasi Areni Noir

9.216 ratings
9.21 pro ratings
Armenia
Areni
Top Notes For
Sean Delanty

Sean had this a year ago

Sean had this a year ago

1 person found it helpfulAug 27th, 2019
Ned Gray Creed

W&S Top 100. This is the third wine from Armenia I have had? The first being sparkling. I was impressed.

W&S Top 100. This is the third wine from Armenia I have had? The first being sparkling. I was impressed.

Oct 14th, 2019
Suren Divanyan

Wow. One of the best wines!

Wow. One of the best wines!

Sep 15th, 2019
mike myers

Цвет: темно фиолетовый
Аромат:
Med
Насыщенный, яркий, черные ягоды (не свежие), кизил!

Вкус:
Med
Тело med+ достаточно плотное
Танины med
Кислота med

Яркое и ягодное вино, есть что-то джемообразное. Не лёгкое. Есть какая-то остаточная сладость

Цвет: темно фиолетовый
Аромат:
Med
Насыщенный, яркий, черные ягоды (не свежие), кизил!

Вкус:
Med
Тело med+ достаточно плотное
Танины med
Кислота med

Яркое и ягодное вино, есть что-то джемообразное. Не лёгкое. Есть какая-то остаточная сладость

Jun 4th, 2019
Joseph Manfredi

Biblical. Pomegranate, cherry intake. Friday and funky. Love it.

Biblical. Pomegranate, cherry intake. Friday and funky. Love it.

Feb 9th, 2019
Lawrence Asrikin

Armenian wine has gained more global popularity since a team of archaeologists discovered the earliest evidence of complete wine production inside an Armenian cave. You probably still won’t find them in most restaurants but you can now get high quality contemporary Armenian wine in specialty shops or online. Karasi by Zorah is pretty unique because it was aged in a Karas instead of a traditional barrel. Nose is similar to Pinot Noir from hotter climate with cherry and peppery notes. Medium bodied with delicate tannins and acidity. Very elegant yet interesting wine.

Armenian wine has gained more global popularity since a team of archaeologists discovered the earliest evidence of complete wine production inside an Armenian cave. You probably still won’t find them in most restaurants but you can now get high quality contemporary Armenian wine in specialty shops or online. Karasi by Zorah is pretty unique because it was aged in a Karas instead of a traditional barrel. Nose is similar to Pinot Noir from hotter climate with cherry and peppery notes. Medium bodied with delicate tannins and acidity. Very elegant yet interesting wine.

Nov 4th, 2018
Ara Aslanian

Ara had this a year ago

Ara had this a year ago

Nov 29th, 2019
NaShawn Bacon

NaShawn had this 10 months ago

NaShawn had this 10 months ago

Mar 21st, 2020
Liam Mycroft

Liam had this a year ago

Liam had this a year ago

Feb 29th, 2020
James K

James had this a year ago

James had this a year ago

Nov 28th, 2019