July 28, 2012 | 14:40

Armenia’s Muscat-grape wine received a silver medal at the “World’s Best Muscat” international wine competition held in France, stated Jean-Baptiste Soulat, Founding Director of the French Wine Association, during a press conference on Saturday.

“The first time when we spoke about Armenia’s participation in this event, there was a view that Armenia cannot participate because it was never included in such international competition. [But] With its participation, Armenia proved to the world yet again that it has a soil which enables to receive wine that meets all international standards,” Soulat stated.

To note, “Armenia Wine” Factory had introduced the “Armenia”-brand Muscat-grape wine to the 2012 “World’s Best Muscat” international wine competition.

During the event, the international jury tested a total of 232 wines from all over the world. And leading wine-making companies from 24 countries competed at the event.

Armenia took part in the competition…

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