This year, Yerevan Wine Days was held on June 4-5 bringing together thousands of wine and food lovers and tourists.
The venue of the event was expanded including the central streets of Yerevan - Saryan and Moskovyan, the area from Pushkin Street to Spendiaryan corner, and the area from Tumanyan Street to Parpetsi corner.
During the two-day event, the locals and tourists tasted a large assortment of Armenian wines made from indigenous and international varieties paired with Armenian dishes served at separate pavilions.
The event also hosted master classes where Armenian wine experts and sommeliers shared the nuances of wine tasting and drinking with wine enthusiasts.
Besides, in front of Martiros Saryan House-Museum, a master class/contest “Wine and Art” was held.
Yerevan Wine Days is an annual wine festival bringing together wine lovers on Saryan Street which has become a bustling hub of Yerevan’s innovative wine scene.
The two-day festivity includes Armenian wine tasting with appetizers, snacks and cheese selections from local restaurants. All this is accompanied by Armenian jazz and local DJs.
Yerevan Wine Days yearly attracts thousands of tourists across the globe as well as international food and wine bloggers.