Tierras De Armenia CJSC, Karas Wines

Tierras De Armenia CJSC, Karas Wines

Since 2004

Tierras De Armenia CJSC, Karas Wines

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Products

  • KARAS Red Dry Wine
  • KARAS White Dry Wine
  • KARAS Sparkling White Wine Extra Brut
  • KARAS Red Dry Reserve Wine
  • KARAS DYUTICH Semi-Sweet Sparkling White Wine
  • KARAS MUSCAT White Dry Wine
  • KARAS MUSCAT White Sweet Wine

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Annual production:

Karas Red Dry Wine: 200.000 bottles to 1.000.000 bottles
Karas White Dry Wine: 100.000 bottles to 700.000 bottles
Karas Sparkling White Wine Extra Brut: 16.000 bottles to 50.000 bottles
Karas Dyutich Semi-Sweet Sparkling White Wine: 16.000 bottles to 50.000 bottles
Karas Red Dry Reserve Wine: 12.000 bottles to 35.000 bottles
Karas Muscat White Dry Wine: 5.000 bottles to 25.000 bottles
Karas Muscat White Sweet Wine: 12.000 bottles to 30.000 bottles

Packaging details

Bottled in: glass bottles 0.75 liter
Number of bottles in box: 6
Weight of 1 bottle (White KARAS, KARAS Muscat, Red KARAS): 1.25 kg
Weight of 1 case (White KARAS, KARAS Muscat, Red KARAS): 7.8 kg
Weight of 1 bottle (Red Dry Wine KARAS Reserve): 1.40 kg
Weight of 1 case (Red Dry Wine KARAS Reserve): 9.00 kg
Weight of 1 bottle (White Sparkling wine KARAS Extra Brut/ Dyutich): 1.60 kg
Weight of 1 case (White Sparkling wine KARAS Extra Brut/ Dyutich): 10.00 kg

Dimensions of cases:

Red / White / Muscat: 1 box = 31.00cm (height) x 25.50cm (length) x 17.00cm (width)
Sparkling: 1 box = 31.5cm (height) x 31.00cm (length) x 21.00cm (width)
Reserve: 1 box = 32.00cm (height) x 26.50cm (length) x 18.00cm (width)

Specifications

Origin: Armavir Region, Armenia
Harvest: hand harvested
Climate: continental highlands climate with hot summers and cold, dry winters.
Soil: stony, heavy soil of volcanic origin
Vinification: The hand-harvested grapes are selected on the table before cold maceration. Fermentation is carried out at 26-28ºC for 20 days. Malolactic fermentation is realized in tanks.
Serving suggestions: Pairs well with red meats and pastas. Combines well with chocolates as well.
Tasting notes: This blend has intense ruby red color. One can feel red fruit aromas and some chocolate. In mouth is elegant, has good acidity and sweet tannins.
Ideal serving: 16 to 18°C
Chief winemaker: Gabriel Rogel (Argentina)
Consulting winemaker: Michel Rolland (France)

Origin: Armavir Region, Armenia
Harvest: hand harvested
Climate: continental highlands climate with hot summers and cold, dry winters
Soil: stony, heavy soil of volcanic origin
Vinification: The hand-harvested grapes are pressed. After a cool 24-hour decantation process, the juice is fermented for 20 days at 14-16ºC.
Serving suggestions: Pairs well with fish and seafood in general, as well as with pasta and fruit desserts.
Tasting notes: This blend has a light straw color with hardly noticeable hints of green. One can feel aromas of citrus, tropical fruits like pineapple, as well as aroma of peaches. This wine’s unique tannin structure and pleasing acidity give this wine a long and elegant finish.
Ideal serving: 7 to 12 °C
Chief winemaker: Gabriel Rogel (Argentina)
Consulting winemaker: Michel Rolland (France)

Origin: Armavir Region, Armenia
Harvest: hand harvested
Climate: continental highlands climate with hot summers and cold dry winters
Soil: stony heavy soil of volcanic origin
Vinification: The hand-harvested grapes are pressed. After a cool 24-hour decantation process, the juice is fermented at 14-16ºC for 20 days. The second fermentation is carried out in special pressure tanks for 30 days.
Serving suggestions: Pairs well with appetizers, seafood, sushi and fruit desserts.
Tasting notes: The sparkling wine has a light yellow color with delicate and elegant bubbles displaying fresh aromas of citrus and green apples with some notes of toast bread. The intense acidity makes it fresh and easy to drink.
Ideal serving: 5 to 7 °C
Chief winemaker: Gabriel Rogel (Argentina)
Consulting winemaker: Michel Rolland (France)

Origin: Armavir Region, Armenia
Harvest: hand harvested
Climate: continental highlands climate with hot summers and cold, dry winters
Soil: stony, heavy soil of volcanic origin
Vinification: Grapes are harvested in boxes of 20 Kg. They are selected on double selection tables. Cold maceration is carried out for 5 days. Fermentation is realized at 26-28ºC for 20 days. Malolactic Fermentation is realized in tanks. After fermentation the wine is aged in Armenian and French oak barrels for 14 months.
Serving suggestions: Best served with red meats, lamb and loin chops.
Tasting notes: This blend has intense red color. One can feel elegant red fruits and berries aromas and some chocolate and vanilla notes coming from barrels. In mouth is elegant, very creamy, has good acidity and sweet tannins. It is very persistent.
Ideal serving: 16 to 18°C
Chief winemaker: Gabriel Rogel (Argentina)
Consulting winemaker: Michel Rolland (France)

Origin: Armavir Region, Armenia
Harvest: hand harvested
Climate: continental highlands climate with hot summers and cold, dry winters
Soil: stony, heavy soil of volcanic origin
Vinification: Hand harvested grapes are pressed. After a 24 hour cool decantation process, the juice is fermented at 14 °C. for 30 days in special pressure tanks.The fermentation is stopped by cold refrigeration process.
Serving suggestions: Pairs well with appetizers, seafood, sushi and fruit desserts.
Tasting notes: The characteristics of Caucasian terroir are expressed in this elegant sparkling wine with thin bubbles and fresh acidity.
Ideal serving: 5 to 7 °C.
Chief winemaker: Gabriel Rogel (Argentina)
Consulting winemaker: Michel Rolland (France)

Origin: Armavir Region, Armenia
Harvest: hand harvested
Climate: continental highlands climate with hot summers and cold, dry winters
Soil: stony, heavy soil of volcanic origin
Vinification: The hand-harvested grapes are pressed. After a cool 24-hour decantation process, the juice is fermented for 20 days at 14-16ºC.
Serving suggestions: Pairs well with appetizers, seafood and fruit desserts.
Tasting notes: The wine has an intense yellow color displaying floral aromas typical to Muscat variety as well as sweet aromas such as pineapple and mango with some notes of minerality. The elegant acidity is delicately combined with fruit aromas.
Ideal serving: 7 to 12 °C
Chief winemaker: Gabriel Rogel (Argentina)
Consulting winemaker: Michel Rolland (France)

Origin: Armavir Region, Armenia
Harvest: hand harvested
Climate: continental highlands climate with hot summers and cold, dry winters
Soil: stony, heavy soil of volcanic origin
Vinification: Hand harvested grapes are pressed. After a cool 24 hour decantation process, the juice is fermented for 20 days at 14-16ºC, until the fermentation is stopped when the desired residual sugar level is reached.
Serving suggestions: Cheeses, seasonal fruits, and desserts.
Tasting notes: The wine it’s very expressive. The acidity – sugar balance ismaking the wine very juicy and fresh todrink.
Ideal serving: 7 to 12 °C.
Chief winemaker: Gabriel Rogel (Argentina)
Consulting winemaker: Michel Rolland (France)

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