This is probably past prime and would have shown better a few years ago (just a guess).  It is made from the Voskeat grape which can be traced back at least 3,000 years.  The grapes are grown at around 1,600 feet in altitude and then fermented in both Armenian Oak and stainless.  The wine is light golden in color, clear and bright.  The nose has a lot of minerals with a bit of quince.  Light to medium bodied.  On the palate, there is some minerality but not much fruit.  Short finish.  This is not a bad wine, there are no obvious faults, it just left us wanting more.  Anything, something.  Is that because the fruit dropped out from age?  Since I have very little experience with Armenian wines or Voskeat its hard to say, but I  would like to try a more recent vintage.  

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