Vine and wine foundation of Armenia

Since 2016, the foundation has been developing and promoting the cluster of Armenian wine tourism in Armenia and beyond the borders of Armenia, carrying out various events during which it presents Armenian tourist destinations to wine connoisseurs and wine lovers interested in Armenian winemaking.

Guest House “Araksi Apin”

Having the prospect of agritourism development, the Sargsyan family founded the "Araksi Apin" guest house in the border village of Pshatavan, near the riverbed of Araks. The river and Igdir province of Western Armenia are visible from the observation tower built in the guest house.

Innovative Enotourism Strategies

“Innovative Enotourism Strategies- Lever for Connecting Countries and Boosting Sustainable Regional Development in Armenia“ project is a part of EU4Business: Connecting Companies (#EU4BCC) programme managed by EUROCHAMBRES and funded under the European Union EU4Business Initiative. Armavir Development Center NGO in…

Alluria Wines

"Alluria Wines" invites you to try natural wines without yeasts and sulfites. During the tours, the guests get to know the products and the history of the Machanyan family, which parallels the development of winemaking traditions. "Alluria wines" produces natural wines, that is, commercial yeasts and sulfites are not used. The product has been presented to the consumer since 2016. The annual tradition of making wine of the Machanyan family began in the Alyur village in the Van region. Our ancestors were vintners, they had abundant fruitful orchards in Van, from which they made wild wines.

“Karas” Winery

French-Armenian businessman Eduardo Ernekyan introduced the best experience of professional wine production to Armenia. For the cultivation of grapes, he chose a huge rocky area from the Armavir marz and with the involvement of professional craftsmen turned it into an oasis cut from the stone. It is obvious that huge investments were made by the Ernekyan family to obtain the unique and sought-after Armenian wine.