MEYRON Wines | Rose – Yerevan | The official presentation

The other day, the official presentation of Meyron Rosé took place.
Guests, wine lovers, industry representatives got acquainted with wine, communicated with each other and enjoyed a warm evening.
Sharing episodes of the day in a video…

Hailing from a unique terroir, this elegant wine is made from the indigenous, private estate–grown Areni grape cultivated in the highlands of the Areni region in the Vayots Dzor province of Armenia.

How It All Began
Our vineyards are privately owned by the family whose interest and modern history in winemaking led them to establish new vines at an elevation of 1,450 meters above sea level in the village of Rind, Areni municipality, Vayots Dzor province.

The Valley
Designed and built from scratch in a remote, hard-to-access area, secluded from urban infrastructure and human settlements, the vineyards receive precise amounts of water through an advanced drip irrigation system, which allows our grape growers to fully control the quality of wine, starting with each vine row being perfectly timed for harvest.

The vineyards’ excellent southerly exposure ensures timely ripening and yields harvests of only the highest quality grapes.
These prized slopes favored by a southern exposure are unprecedented and hard to replicate in the Areni region, which shows through in the peerless quality of the harvest.

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