Armeniaն companies join London Wine Fair

Armeniaն companies join London Wine Fair

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia for the first time participated in the London Wine Fair on June 7-9, with 13 producers sharing a pavilion at the UK's biggest digital and live wine trade reunion.

Wine production within Armenia is steeped in history, being home to the oldest winery in the world and the region itself boasting an 8000-year-old history in winemaking.

A follow-up event was held at the Travellers Club under the auspices of the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia. The event which was accompanied by live jazz renditions of Armenian classics, displayed the wines and their producers to a wide range of guests including journalists, businesses, members of the Travellers Club, representatives of the Armenian community.

In his speech, Ambassador Varuzhan Nersesyan thanked the Travellers Club for hosting the event and the wine producers for exhibiting their wines so commendably. He went on to signify the importance of presenting Armenian wines and their rich history, to both British consumers and businesses alike.

The Ambassador also expressed his hope that Armenian wine production will continue to develop and grow, furthermore, for it to become more commonplace within the British market.

The event was held in partnership with the Vine and Wine Foundation of Armenia and the USAID-funded RED-NEO project, implemented by the CARD foundation.

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