Merchant and philanthropist Nerses Tairyan introduced classic French alcohol production technology in his factory, which gave a new impetus to the development of cognac production in Armenia.


Many brandy factories in Soviet Armenia didn't have the right to bottle their production, so they were sending their products to the Yerevan Brandy Factory, which at that time was the representative of the Armenian brandy to the world


Two friends, Armen Gasparyan and Eduard Chobanyan, purchased a small factory left over from Soviet times and began to produce sparkling wines

As a result of decades of dedicated work Proshyan Brandy Factory has the widest range of alcoholic beverages in Armenia and exports its products to more than 30 countries.

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