Six Areni of Maran Wines Signed by famous Armenian artists, musicians, scholars and actors.
Sen Sureni Arevshatyan (7 January 1928 – 25 July 2014) was an Armenian scholar, whose works are devoted to the history of ancient and medieval Armenian philosophy and historical sources. He also specialized in the publication of critical texts and scientific translations of medieval works. His research focused on the 5th century philosopher David the Invincible. Arevshatyan was a member of the Paris-based International Academy “Ararat” since 1993 and the International Academy of Natural and Social Sciences. He was the founder and chairman of the Cultural Found of Armenia (1986–1989) and an Honored Citizen of Yerevan. Arevshatyan was awarded the State Prize of the Armenian SSR in 1978. He was a member of Armenian Academy of Sciences presidium, ex-director of Matenadaran for more than two decades.
Hrant Tokhatyan (born 10 January 1958) is an Armenian actor, comedian, announcer, and producer. Tokhatyan studied at the Yerevan State Institute of Foreign Languages from 1976 to 1981.
Ara Gevorgyan (born April 19, 1960) is an Armenian musician, composer and musical producer. In 2004 he was awarded the Honorary Artist of the Republic of Armenia.
Forsh (Vahan Gevorkian) is one of the biggest names in Armenian pop music today. Songwriter, musician, singer, author of many famous melodic tunes, Forsh appeared on the music scene in mid 80's quickly establishing himself both among pop-music performers as well as among solo songwriters.
His most famous songs include the classics "Grosh" ("Penny), "Khent Aghchik" ("Crazy Girl"), "Du norits ekel es" ("You've come again"), "Es uzum em imanal" ("I want to know"). And more recent hits such as "Ayspes el Aprum enk" ("We live exactly like this").
Ruben Matevosyan (born January 12, 1942) world renown singer.
Yervand Manaryan (September 20, 1924 – February 19, 2020) was an Iranian-born Armenian actor. Manaryan was born in Arak, Iran in 1924 in a family from Agulis, Nakhichevan. In 1946 his family repatriated to Soviet Armenia along with thousands of other Iranian Armenians. The actor was a member of the Armenian National Congress.