Like other wine regions, many Armenian wineries create a Reserve label for their finest wines. In Armenia, Reserve wine generally mean three things: (1) a select group of grapes from the best parcels was set aside to make the wine. (2) The grapes were vinified separately, sometimes using a different method (such as Voskevaz's Karasi Collection) and (3) aged for a period in oak. Most Armenian wineries use Caucasian Oak grown in the mountainous Republic of Arsakh, while others use imported French or Italian oak barrels.
If you want to try the best Armenia has to offer, check out these Reserve wines: