The festival Yerevan Wine Days is an ideal meeting point for wine lovers and winemakers. Each year several central streets of Yerevan get filled with warmth, positive emotions, music and get wrapped in the light and laughter of slightly tipsy people. During these days, locals and tourists have the chance to taste wines produced by the dozens of Armenian companies made from the local grapes and not only, and to accompany them with tasty bites.
WineDays, representing the importance of Armenian wine, wine tourism, and the whole palette, giving the warmest emotions, occupying a significant space in the development of tourism and winemaking in Armenia, will be held from 3 to 5 June 2022 in the already traditional and expanded zone from 4:00 pm till 11:00 pm on streets of Saryan-Moskovyan, from Pushkin till Baghramyan crossroads, and between Tumanyan street and Parpetsi crossroad.
Why visit the Yerevan Wine Days?
Enjoy more than 500 wines from more than 50 Armenian producers and combine them with delicious snacks from more than 40 food pavilions in the gastro area of the festival.
Benefit from provided discounts and special offers in case you purchase the booklet of the wine tasting package. By the way, the booklet of the wine testing package is excellent storage of information about the winemakers with their contacts and the dishes which can be combined with a glass of their wine.
Enjoy different genres of live music at the two stages of the festival.
Take part in the masterclasses, conducted by well-known wine experts and sommeliers.
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