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1.3.2024 | Culture

Estonia’s first-ever Armenian Wine Festival

Text Mark Taylor
Photo Andrei Chertkov

Estonia’s first-ever Armenian Wine Festival

 

Armenian winemaking history and unique cultural heritage will take centre stage at Kultuurikatel in Tallinn, at the first ever Armenian Wine Festival on March 2 and 3.

The festival will feature five boutique wineries renowned for their commitment to preserving family winemaking traditions, while embracing modern innovation.

Attendees will have the possibility to savour a diverse selection of wines crafted from grape varieties reflecting Armenia’s high-altitude terroir and centuries-old viticultural practices.

Visitors will be able to immerse themselves in a wide-ranging programme featuring wine tastings, educational sessions led by sommelier Artyom Mkrtchyan, live music, authentic Armenian cuisine, art, and films celebrating Armenia’s winemaking heritage.

Tickets for the festival are priced at 10 euros for a two-day pass. For enthusiasts seeking a deeper experience, a degustation package priced at 25 euros includes three wine tastings alongside the festival pass.

You can buy passes as well as see the full programme of the two-day festival in Tallinn at Piletilevi

 

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