“This is an exciting wine of ours. Fine bubbles, gentle notes of white flowers and fresh apple on the nose. Creamy texture and a nice mineral finish.”– Vahe Keushguerian, Founder
From 80 to 100-year-old ungrafted vineyards, Keush Blanc de Blancs is 70% Voskehat, 30% Khatouni.
The grapes are hand-harvested in small lots from south-facing vineyards located in Khachik village.
Keush was produced using the traditional (Champagne) method, and aged 36 months on the lees.
Keush is a tale of life’s journey–a journey of adventure and daring to pursue the extreme. Armenians, with more of their kin living all over the world than in Armenia say that they are place-conscious not place-bound. When Vahe Keushguerian visited Armenia in 1998, he found himself drawn towards connecting his people and his life with the land. Having understood the potential of the soil and terroir for great winemaking, Vahe embarked on a journey to rediscover Armenia’s ancient grapegrowing regions. In a village 5,700 feet above sea level, on the edge of a conflict war zone, where he decided to set roots for a new generation of Armenian winemaking.