VOSKEAT - GARANDMAK
Ancient indigenous varieties, archaeological evidence suggests that both Voskèak and Garandmak, have been present in Armenia for millennia. Voskèat in translation “Golden seed” is considered Queen of Armenia’s grapes. It is a delicate golden coloured grape with small compact, relatively thin skinned berries and cross shaped bunches. Garandmak, in translation “Fatty tail”, one of the most popular grapes, is a much hardier variety, greenish yellow in colour, with larger thicker skinned berries and compact bunches.