Program Manager:
Svetlana Yaroslavskaya
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*The tour will take place with a group of 10 people or more.
*If an individual trip is necessary, the cost of the tour will be recalculated.

Winemaking in Armenia is over 6000 years old. According to legend, Noah's Ark sailed to Mount Ararat, where Noah planted a vine. This region is home to unique grape varieties and has ancient winemaking traditions. We will visit the famous sights of Armenia because we understand that acquaintance with wine is impossible without understanding the culture and history of the country. On our wine tour we will visit the wineries and terroirs of the country's leading winemakers, as well as visit the annual wine festival - Yerevan Wine Days.

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Acquaintance with Yerevan

Yerevan is one of the oldest cities in the world, the date of its foundation is 782 BC, when the Erebuni fortress appeared. Yerevan is often referred to as the "Pink City" and its national modernism is truly impressive. In Yerevan you can see Mount Ararat. Mount Ararat is a symbol of Yerevan and all of Armenia, which is depicted on coats of arms and state documents, although it is territorially located in Turkey. Several ancient legends are associated with the attraction. You can see it already in the city, but it is possible to drive closer and take a walk in the valley at the foot.


This is a research center and the largest repository of ancient Armenian manuscripts, telling the history of Armenia and not only. The beginning of the creation of this collection dates back to the 5th century and is associated with the name of Mesrop Mashtots, the creator of the Armenian alphabet. Here are stored: the largest, smallest, thickest and thinnest books on the planet. Many manuscripts are of great artistic value.

Geghard Monastery

The monastery of Geghard is translated as "monastery of the spear." The unique complex of the Armenian Apostolic Church. The structure is surrounded by the cliffs of the gorge of the mountain river Goght. A historical monument with decorated bas-reliefs and richly decorated temples, cells, family tombs. Some buildings of the complex are carved into the rock itself. On the territory of the complex there are Armenian steles made of stone with crosses - khachkars. Geghard Monastery enters the list of cultural heritage of UNESCO.

The pagan temple of Garni

On the edge of a fantastically beautiful mountain gorge, at the bottom of which the fast river Azat has been making its way for many thousands of years, there is an extraordinary monument of Armenian history, a real Hellenistic temple. This is the only pagan temple in Armenia dedicated to the sun god Mithra. Strict Ionic columns, surprisingly accurate proportions, symmetry, rich ornamentation on the stone.
The constructions of the Garni fortress are successfully inscribed in the surrounding nature. The fortress is located in a picturesque mountainous area, from where you can see the boundless expanses of orchards, fields and mountain slopes covered with colorful carpets of colorful herbs, bizarre steep stone cliffs of the Azat River canyon.

Symphony of Stones

This natural wonder of the world is located near the pagan Harm Garni and Geghard Monastery. These are basalt rocks in the form of straight pipes and about 100m high. They are called a symphony because from a distance they resemble an organ. Such rocks are formed when lava hardens abruptly. The scale of this natural phenomenon is impressive.

Etchmiadzin Monastery

The monastery of the Armenian Apostolic Church is located in the city of Vagharshapat, Armavir region, and was founded in 300. The main Etchmiadzin Cathedral was built for more than one century. This is a huge complex of national importance - the residence of the Catholicos, the seminary, winter and summer refectories, a hotel, and a museum. Etchmiadzin itself is not only a shrine of the Armenian Church, but also a symbol of Armenia.

Winery Stork

The young family farm Stork is located in the Aragatsotn wine region. This small and cozy winery house is unique in its kind. For their wine, they use exclusively the local white variety Kangun. A visit to the winery is not just an excursion, you will have a culinary master class on cooking national Armenian dishes and a dinner with a tasting of Stork wines, and all this takes place in the immediate environment of the winemaker at home!

Armenia Wine Winery

Armenia Wine Company is a family business created with passion for the motherland, native culture, and nature. This is the largest winery in the country with a large assortment, including good aged wines, sparkling wines and even cognac, as well as pomegranate, blackberry and other exotic drinks. Everything here is done on a grand scale and tastefully. A photogenic red tuff winery and an arched corridor with large painted jugs - this place fascinates everyone. We will definitely look into the cellar, where the reproductions of Armenian artists on the theme of winemaking and grape harvesting will definitely be remembered.

Van Ardi Winery

"Van Ardi" is translated from ancient Armenian as "Sun over Van". Van is another capital of ancient Armenia and Urartu. We go here for the atmosphere of a family winery, which is raised by a married couple and their three daughters. We will walk along the terroir, talk with the winemaker Varuzhan Muradyan. Talking with him is especially good at lunch or dinner, we will taste wonderful wines and get acquainted with local dishes

Gevorkian Winery

Gevorkian Winery was founded in 2006 and today is one of the leaders in the Armenian winemaking market. Honesty, hard work and care are core values. Thanks to these values, many collections of wines made from endemic grape varieties were born. Was restored the traditional way of making wine - "Kahani". The founder of the winery, Vahagn Gevorgyan, creates not only valuable and unique wines, but also drinks from fruits and berries.

Tushpa Winery

The family winery is located below the biblical Mount Ararat, in the village of Taperakan, where Tushpa welcomes all its guests with a warm and friendly atmosphere. On the territory of the winery, not only wines are produced, but also cognac and apricot vodka. Therefore, the tour will become triple interesting, because in one place you can see the production of all three main drinks in Armenia.
After the tour - wine dinner in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Using only the freshest local ingredients, the chefs of the winery help guests to gain a new gastronomic experience of Armenian cuisine. These delicious dishes will pair perfectly with natural Tushpa wines.

Jraghatspanyan Winery

The Jragatspanyan winery was founded by three brothers who are passionate about the rich history of winemaking in Armenia and the production processes themselves. The ancestors of the brothers moved from Western Armenia to the Bloor region, the ancient capital of Armavir, where the construction of cellars, the cultivation of vineyards and the production of homemade wine were common economic activities. The traditions were passed down from generation to generation, grew, expanded and successfully passed to our days, embodied in the whole winery. Each drop of Jragatspanyan wines is born as a result of a festive harvest, careful processing and harmonious maturation.

Yerevan Wine Days

Yerevan Wine Days is a unique meeting place for wine lovers and winemakers. Every year, several central streets of Yerevan are filled with positive emotions, music, and joyful laughter of people. Wine lovers get the opportunity to meet dozens of Armenian winemakers, and taste wines made from local grape varieties, combining them with delicious snacks.
This year, a stage will be installed on which various musical groups will perform. You will get unforgettable emotions!

Расписание программы


  • From 14:00 p.m. Arrival at Yerevan airport. Self-transfer to the Republica Hotel Yerevan 4*. Address: Armenia, Yerevan, Amiryan street, 7/1. Check in, аccommodation. Free time.
  • 17:00 p.m. Meeting with the guide in the lobby. Walking tour in Yerevan.
  • 18:30 p.m. Transfer to the Stork winery. Tour of the winery. Culinary master class. Dinner with wine tasting.
  • 22:00 p.m. Return to the hotel. Free time.


  • 07:00-08:00. Breakfast at the hotel.
  • 09:50. Meeting with the guide in the lobby.
  • 10:00-12:30 p.m. Transfer to the Armenia Wine winery. Visiting vineyards, production and cellars, excursion to the First Museum of the History of Wine in Armenia. Coffee break and wine tasting at the Nazani restaurant.
  • 13:00 p.m. Transfer to the Van Ardi winery. Tour of the winery. Lunch at the winery with wine tasting.
  • 18:00 p.m. Meeting at the Decant winery (VINI project) with a tasting of boutique wines. Light dinner at the winery.
  • 21:00 p.m. Return to the hotel. Free time.


  • 07:00-09:50. Breakfast at the hotel.
  • 09:50. Meeting with the guide in the lobby.
  • 10:20. Transfer to the Gevorkian winery. Tour of the winery. Wine tasting with light snacks.
  • 13:00 p.m. Transfer to the monastery complex Geghart. Excursion with guide.
  • 14:00 p.m. Lunch in the mountains.
  • 15:00 p.m. Visit to the Temple of Garni and the Symphony of Stones.
  • 16:00 p.m. Transfer to Tushpa winery. Tour of the winery, acquaintance with production, visit to the cellar. Dinner at the winery with wine tasting.
  • 19:30 p.m. Return to the hotel. Free time.


  • 07:00-09:50. Breakfast at the hotel.
  • 09:50. Meeting with the guide in the lobby.
  • 10:00. Excursion to the research center and the largest repository of manuscripts in the world and ancient Armenian manuscripts - Matenadaran.
  • 12:30 p.m. Visiting Etchmiadzin, tour on the territory of the complex, visiting the museum.
  • 13:00 p.m. Transfer to Jraghatspanyan family winery. Tour of the winery. Lunch at the winery with wine tasting.
  • 16:30 p.m. Return to Yerevan, free time.
  • 18:00 p.m. Walk to Saryan street, participation in the festival - Yerevan Wine Days.
  • 23:00 p.m. Return to the hotel. Free time.


  • 07:00-11:00. Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Before 12:00 p.m. Check out. Self-transfer to the Airport.

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