Yerevan Wine Days 2023

“Yerevan Wine Days” festival is the most anticipated event in Yerevan. Every year, we gather the finest Armenian wines, music, high spirits, and delicious snacks in the heart of the city. During these days, not only do the city residents attend, but also numerous winemakers from various regions and countries around the world come to the central streets of Yerevan to savor the locally made wine.

Why visit the ©Yerevan Wine Days?

  • Immerse yourself in a wave of positive emotions and become part of the largest wine festival in the region, indulging in over 700 wines from more than 70 Armenian producers in the gastro zone, and complement them with delectable snacks from over 30 food booths.
  • Delight in live music spanning various genres.
  • Participate in engaging flash mobs.
  • Engage in master classes led by renowned wine experts, sommeliers, and professionals in related fields, as well as gastro shows hosted by chefs and interactive audio theater experiences.
  • An essential perk is the “Wine Enjoyment Package” brochure. Not only does it contain information and contacts about participating winemakers, but it also offers the opportunity to avail many discounts. Additionally, the brochure includes a raffle ticket, offering the chance to win numerous prizes and a BIG, VERY BIG SURPRISE, which will be drawn from the main stage of the festival during the 3 days. Moreover, the brochure includes tickets for complimentary or discounted use of the festival’s food stalls and serves as a convenient notebook for jotting down notes about favorite wines.

In 2023 “Yerevan Wine Days” had more than 120,000 visitors over the course of three days.

Yerevan Wine Days 2022

@ “Yerevan Wine Days” festival is a unique meeting place for wine lovers and winemakers. Each year several central streets of Yerevan get filled with warmth, positive emotions, music and get wrapped in the light and laughter of slightly tipsy people. During these days, locals and tourists have the chance to taste wines produced by the dozens of Armenian companies made from the local grapes and not only, and to accompany them with tasty bites.

Why visit the ©Yerevan Wine Days? 

  • Enjoy more than 500 wines from more than 50 Armenian producers and combine them with delicious snacks from more than 40 food pavilions in the gastro area of the festival.
  • Benefit from provided discounts and special offers in case you purchase the booklet of the wine-tasting package. By the way, the booklet of the wine testing package is excellent storage of information about the winemakers with their contacts and the dishes which can be combined with a glass of their wine.
  • Enjoy different genres of live music at the two stages of the festival.
  • Take part in the masterclasses, conducted by well-known wine experts and sommeliers.

 in 2022 “Yerevan Wine Days” had more than 60,000 visitors.

Yerevan Wine Days 2021

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Among Armenian and international festivals dedicated to the wine “Yerevan Wine Days” has a special place. The well-known event takes place annually on the first Friday and Saturday of May but held on the 4th and 5th of June in 2021. It featured several cozy and beautiful streets of Yerevan downtown: the area located at the crossroads of Pushkin and Spendiaryan of Saryan-Moskovyan streets and the crossroad of Tumanyan-Parpetsi streets from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Wine is love, drinking wine is an art, and Yerevan is a place where one should drink wine.

During the wine days, the wine-loving tourists and locals had a lot of choices: to drink the best wines made of endemic Armenian sorts of grapes, to enjoy all the gustatory qualities of white, red and rose wines while pairing them with their favorite Armenian delicious food, a wide range of cheese and /or other world cuisine delicacies.

These were the novelties of “Yerevan Wie Days” in 2021:

Novelty #1
The best Armenian wine experts shared with the visitors of “Yerevan Wine Days” the secrets of wine drinking through their masterclasses.

Novelty #2.
A masterclass competition, entitled “Wine and Art” took place in front of the Saryan House Museum. While enjoying some wine, the visitors tried to paint in colors typical of the art of Saryan. 2021 unprecedented in terms of the number of visitors. We had over 35000 visitors.

Yerevan Wine Days 2020

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Many used to say: “May is not May without Yerevan Wine Days”.
We listened to them.
EvenTura–in line with the new, revolutionized perception of time and space–offered a never-before-seen platform for participating in events and enjoying them.

We organized an ONLINE YEREVAN WINE DAYS event.
It was held on the 3rd of May from 3 pm.-8 pm, and the location was every home.

The aim of the “Online Yerevan Wine Days” event was to change the mood of each participant and to give a sense of universal celebration to the ‘isolated’ people.

Staying at home and joining our live broadcast during the “ONLINE YEREVAN WINE DAYS” one had a chance:

  • To enjoy a good and festive mood created by the presenter and DJ,
  • To get familiar with the history of the wine production; the origin of a brand name from the winemakers, as well as to get advice on how to pair their wine with some food and, most importantly, to take part in a Q&A session,
  • To obtain wine and food pairing skills from sommeliers, to explore endemic sorts of Armenian grapes and the wines made of them, as well as other professional tips,
  • To learn from one or two restaurants and cheese producers what kind of food is the most pairable with wine,
  • To learn to paint in Saryan style while enjoying the wine,
  • And other surprises and seminars from many partners.

Yerevan Wine Days 2019

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It’s already the third year that EvenTura company organizes the annual “Yerevan Wine Days” event. The festival is fancied and is very much expected not only in Armenia but also beyond it. The event has become one of the calling cards of Yerevan in the global event tourism market.

The Chief Sponsor of the “Yerevan Wine Days” 2019 event was ACBA Credit Agricole Bank with its American Express product։

It took place on the 3rd of May, 2019, from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the crossroad of Pushkin-Bagramyan of Saryan-Moskovyan streets.

“Yerevan Wine Days” fest contributed to the reinforcement and enhancement of the image of Armenia and Yerevan in particular in the global tourism market. The strategy of the company was to engage a bigger number of tourists coming from countries that had holidays in May and to take a more competitive position in comparison witհ neighboring countries in the region.

Thanks to it, the geographic scope of the participants of the event has been expanded from all CIS countries to as far as Canada and Australia.

The winemakers of Armenia and Artsakh have presented over 200 sorts of wine, the restaurants and cafes introduced dishes typical of Armenian and world cuisine, and the entire event was accompanied by good quality music. The overall area of the fest was much wider.

In 2019 we had over 25000 visitors, many of them were foreigners.

Yerevan Wine Days 2018

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In 2018, already for the second time, on the 11th and 12th of May from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. took place the beloved “Yerevan Wine Days” festival at the central and the most picturesque corners of Yerevan—at the crossroads of Tumanyan-Pushkin of Saryan street.

The honorable guests of “Yerevan Wine Days” were international sommeliers and famous food bloggers.
The event organizers had contracts with Armenian and international tour operators: the tour operators ensured the influx of tourists from Russia, Iran, Germany, Spain, Italy, France and other countries. In 2018 the number of visitors was over 20000.

Yerevan Wine Days 2017

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2017 was remarkable for the development of event tourism in Armenia: the annual “Yerevan Wine Days” festival kicked off on the 5th and 6th of May from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the crossroads of Tumanyan-Pushkin of Saryan street. In 2017 it had over 15000 visitors.

The list of honorable guests of the “Yerevan Wine Days” included: Maria Zhelikhovskaya (Мария Желиховская), journalist of “Top Flight” magazine (an elite tourism magazine, distributed in VIP zones of Russian airports); Georgiy Oltarzhevsky (Георгий Олтаржевский), journalist of (the leading Russian online news publication); Leonid Gelipterman (Леонид Гелиптерман), President of the International Enogastronomy Center, Vice-president of the Federation of Restaurateurs and Hoteliers of Russia, Member of the Expert Council for Gastronomic Tourism of the UN World Tourism Organization; a celebrity chef from Denmark and international wine experts.

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