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Posted 05 April 2010 - 11:19 AM


COGNAC PRODUCTION GREW BY 3.1 PER CENT IN JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2010 IN ARMENIA

  • The production of cognac amounted to 1.7 million liters in January-February 2010 in Armenia, 3.1 per cent more than in the same period of last year. According to the National Statistical Service of Armenia, in January-February the country produced 673.3 thousand liters of vodka, 60.5 per cent less than during the first two month of the previous year. In addition, the production of wine in January-February 2010 increased by 33.6 per cent reaching 574.9 thousand liters, against 430.3 thousand liters within the same period in 2009. During the first two month of 2010 the country produced 956.1 thousand liters of beer, 75.5 per cent more than in January - February 2009. The production of sparkling wines has almost doubled (to 95.5%) reaching 29,4 thousand liters.


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Posted 05 April 2010 - 01:50 PM

Ed jan achqis lsel en or Yerevan es gnum :)

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Posted 05 April 2010 - 05:59 PM

COGNAC PRODUCTION GREW BY 3.1 PER CENT IN JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2010 IN ARMENIA


  • The production of cognac amounted to 1.7 million liters in January-February 2010 in Armenia, 3.1 per cent more than in the same period of last year. According to the National Statistical Service of Armenia, in January-February the country produced 673.3 thousand liters of vodka, 60.5 per cent less than during the first two month of the previous year. In addition, the production of wine in January-February 2010 increased by 33.6 per cent reaching 574.9 thousand liters, against 430.3 thousand liters within the same period in 2009. During the first two month of 2010 the country produced 956.1 thousand liters of beer, 75.5 per cent more than in January - February 2009. The production of sparkling wines has almost doubled (to 95.5%) reaching 29,4 thousand liters.

Its good news.Just wanted to point out that Cognac is brandy made in France Cognac region and anything else made outside of this region should be labeled brandy.Armenian brandy is correct terminology.I noticed Russian labels say Cognac but that's playing with fire.They can get sued.

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Posted 05 April 2010 - 10:37 PM

Ed jan achqis lsel en or Yerevan es gnum :)



che Movses jan, vress nagli nafs ka, es anqam el chem aselu gnumem, katak mi koxm sarsapeli zbaxvatsem gortserov, arten dipresya ekav vress

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Posted 29 July 2010 - 09:40 AM

Now the armenian brandy has changed its name. It is called: ARBUN
What does this name mean ?

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Posted 29 July 2010 - 01:08 PM

Now the armenian brandy has changed its name. It is called: ARBUN
What does this name mean ?

Here is one opinion.

Actually the Armenians started making brandy in 1887, while the french law on Cognac was drafted in 1909.
Why ‘Arbun’?
Arbun comes from an Armenian verb arbetsnel: it basically means “to make someone drunk”. Apparently there was a whole process of naming and discussion before the decision was taken.






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