Armenian white wine has a special noble character. It is one of the most popular variants of alcohol produced in Armenia. The production is carried out by classical technology using autochthonous varieties Kangun, Voskeat and others. Also the drinks may be supplemented with international Muscat and Chardonnay. The berries are picked when they reach optimum maturity, pressed and fermented at low temperatures. The drinks gain their lightness during decantation. The removal of the sediment allows the taste to soften. The wines are aged in oak barrels. Armenian wines have notes of citrus and tropical fruits. There is a wide range of tones from light straw to gently golden. It is well worth pairing the wine with fish dishes and seafood and white poultry. It is the best example of Armenian winemaking, which has gained credibility far beyond the country's borders.