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NOY Brandy & Kremlin Award Brandy Armenian Ad | LAC Products

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armenian.tours Brandy factory NOY in Yerevan

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Yerevan Brandy Company, June, 5

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ARTSAKH BRANDY COMPANY

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Տարիների փառահեղ խորհուրդ և 30 տարվա հնեցում. Noy 30 կոնյակներ

Noy, is an Armenian brandy (cognac-style) that has been produced by the Yerevan Ararat Brandy Factory since 1877. It was first known as "Armenian cognac" until 1899, when it was branded as "Shustov". With the establishment of Soviet Armenia in 1920, the production of Armenian brandy was nationalized and the brandy was popularized as "Shustov" until 1940, when the drink was labeled as "Ararat", after the re-organization of Armenian brandy production. After the independence of Armenia, the factory was privatized in 2002 and the produced brandy was re-labeled as NOY. It is made from Armenian grapes of Armavir and Vayots Dzor regions, and spring water, based on traditional methods.
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