Armenian wines compete with Georgian, Italian and French ones at the local market
About 20% of wine sold in Armenia are imported, chairman of Union of
Armenian Wine-makers, Avag Arutyunyan said at the press-conference
He also added that import threatens those local wine-makers which
produce wine in a segment 5-10 dollars for a bottle. Georgian,
Italian and French wines are dangerous for the Armenian wine. But wine
importing forces Armenian producers revise investment and technological
policy and raise quality of the Armenian wine, Arutyunyan assured.