Armenia introduced its products at the recent wine festival in Washington D.C., and which was organized by the Smithsonian Associates educational foundation, reported Voice of America Armenian Service.
As the cradle of wine, Armenia—along with Georgia, Palestine, Israel, and Turkey—was represented at the festival, said Diaspora Armenian winemaker Vahe Keushguerian. He added that Armenian winemaking is being reborn, over the course of the past five to six years.
Armenian wines enjoy a great interest in the United States. As per Keushguerian, however, the US wine market will be favorable for Armenians in one or two years, since Americans love new wines and new flavors.
In his words, there is great progress also in the quality of Armenian wines.