||The new brandy of Yerevan Brandy Company ? Erebuni 50 complements the ultra-premium collection of ARARAT, launched back in 2015 with Erebuni 30. Taking its name from the ancient Erebuni Fortress, which became the heart of Armenia, Erebuni collection is the quintessence of ARARAT brandies. This most aged brandy in ARARAT range is a bright, rich and unique chapter in the 130-year-old history of Armenian brandy making. Eloquent blend of Erebuni 50 is a harmoni?us combination of more than 50 rare spirits, the oldest of which has been kept in the treasury of Yerevan Brandy Company for over 104 years. Created by the blessings of the sun, Erebuni 50 is a culmination of ARARAT range, since every spirit of the blend is made of endemic Armenian grape varieties grown in the sunny Ararat valley often denoted as a ?cradle of life?.?||
5-Star Armenian Brandy 750ml
|Aromas of?layered cinnamon in front, small amount of tobacco. Hints of vanilla and almonds give it a well-rounded profile of oak characters. Complex flavor. Baking spices on entry. Small hints of clove. Toasted bread in mid-palate along with pleasant mouth coating, some sweetness, and a silky smooth finish. Very clean overall, with some honey.|
Maria Gaetana Agnesi was a brilliant 18th century mathematician, philosopher, and theologian. She was a known prodigy and fluent in seven languages by her eleventh birthday. The first woman to write a mathematics handbook, she was also the first female mathematics professor at a university. Her work Instituzioni analitiche discussed a curve that has since been known as The Witch of Agnesi in her honor. Often a substitute for the bell curve, the Witch of Agnesi finds its place in all aspects of life, including the fermentation and fractional distillation of Maria Agnesi's namesake brandy.
The Family Coppola are lovers not only of wine, but spirits as well.?When the family gathers, the custom is to have a cocktail, or two, before dinner. They hope to bring even more joy to cocktail enthusiasts everywhere by crafting a collection of spirits as unique and remarkable as the women they honor. All?Great Women Spirits?are crafted in a style that reflects the individual character of these trailblazers, and proofed with pristine water from?their?Napa Valley Estate.
|Ararat have been in business since 1887, but only started distilling brandy in 1902. The company was founded by Nerses Tairyan and Vasily Tayrov, who operated out of a former fortress in Yerevan. They used traditional French distilling equipment to produce their spirit. Ararat Armenian Brandy is said to have been given to Winston Churchill at the Yalta Conference. The wartime leader was said to have enjoyed the tipple so much that he ordered an annual supply of 400 bottles. The brandy is made with local grapes from the Ararat valley, and contains some varieties that are only found within Armenia. 13 grape strains are used in total, with the main varietals being Voskehat, Garan Dmak and Kangun. This bottling has been aged for 15 years in Armenian oak casks. Armenian oak typically has a tight grain, and is only felled once it has reached full maturation, around 70 years old. The final result is a rich, fruity brandy packed with notes of dried fruits (particularly dried apricot), sweet grapes, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, vanilla, chocolate, marzipan, dark oak, and slight espresso. Extremely popular in its home country, this is a superb alternative to French Cognacs.?|