Vini Armenian Wine Guide: wine is a story, celebration and emotions, especially if it’s made in Armenia

Armenia is a project supported by GIZ with a unique philosophy aimed at promoting the wine culture in Armenia, popularizing this noble drink and obtaining official recognition of domestic wines in the international arena.

The project concept is presented in creation of a wine guide, where you can find all the information about Armenian wines. As part of the project, they want to introduce you to the main wine-growing regions of the country, with autochthonous and selective Armenian grape varieties, as well as present the unique Armenian terroir as an exclusive zone for professional winemaking.

The wine is a story, a celebration and emotions, especially if it’s made in Armenia. With the slogan “Every Armenian wine”, Vini’s mission is to familiarize consumers with every single wine and every wine producer irrespective of its size and capacities in Armenia in a professional manner, taking into account international experience and the cultural spirit of the country. offers reliable ratings, assessments, points, comments and production secrets of success, as well as professional wine tasting, gastronomic dinners, exhibitions and seminars will expand the wine horizons for both wine enthusiasts and sophisticated connoisseurs of the drink of the gods.

An empirical approach, professional assessment and an endless love of wine are the three main engines of the project, which help identify worthy representatives and find hidden works of art.

The VINI project has become the main link between all segments of the wine industry in Armenia (producer, HoReCa, private consumer), thereby bringing them all together on one common platform for one common goal. The first interactive “Wine Map of Armenia” and “Wine Map of Yerevan” developed by occupied an exceptional niche in the project. They will soon become the official guides to the world of Armenian wines and the main tourist routes of the country. All around wine and for wine.