Enjoy wine tasting in a country with one of the oldest wineries known to mankind.
Yerevan, Saryan Street
Yerevan Wine Days is an annual street festival gathering the true oenophiles on Saryan Street - a bustling hub of Yerevan’s young and innovative wine scene.
The two-day event features Armenian wine tasting with complimentary appetizers and cheese selections from local vintners and restaurants.Visitors feast on wine and food while enjoying Armenian jazz and local DJs.
Yerevan Wine Days attracts thousands of visitors from around the world, including international food bloggers and avid enogastronomic tourists.
This multi-day and multi-city Festival promotes peace and cultural understanding.
Held in Byurakan, Pambak, Ashtarak, and Yerevan, Armenia on the Crossroads of Peace Festival serves as both a national festival and a cultural exchange program, establishing relationships between participating nations and promoting cultural heritage.
Participants from countries like Czech Republic, Lithuania, and Italy present their traditional culture, including songs, dances, musical instruments, national costumes and handmade crafts - an excellent opportunity to satisfy your inner cultural geek and enjoy yourself among talented people from all over the world.
My Handmade Armenia Festival is the biggest crafts festival organized to the date in Armenia. This year for the third time it will visit the Cafesjian Sculpture Garden to represent handmade goods made by regional artisans from Armenia. For the first time we will also have guests from Georgia who will bring their unique works. The festival will feature artisan demonstrations, interactive craft workshops for visitors, and sales of new product collections.
My Handmade Armenia is one of the major initiatives of the My Armenia program, supporting the growth, and, in some cases, revitalization of craft traditions in Armenia’s rural communities including wood and stone carving, textile art, embroidery, carpet weaving, blacksmithing and pottery.
My Handmade Armenia Crafts Festival is organized by the My Armenia Program, which is funded by USAID and implemented by the Smithsonian Institution.