The Pomegranate is genuinely identified as a symbol of Armenia, representing life, prosperity and abundance. This delicious and healthy fruit was celebrated in cinematography – in 1968, “The Color of Pomegranate” was directed by renowned Armenian filmmaker Sergei Parajanov (1924-1990) – a lyrical fable story about Sayat-Nova the famous medieval Armenian poet.
It has a dark red color with ruby highlights and a very expressive aroma with notes of pomegranate and red fruits. It is rich, with smooth and well-dissolved tannins. Fresh, marvelously enduring aftertaste.
It is recommended as an aperitif, also pairs well with red meat and chicken, spicy dishes, cheeses and desserts