North : 40°43’41.81″N
South : 36°51’4.99″N
East : 30° 5’10.61″E
West : 25°59’53.50″E

The Aegean region is the western part of Turkey facing the Aegean Sea and Greek Islands.

Typical mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. It has a maritime climate in coastal parts (vineyards are at an altitude of 150 metres, and are closer to say Bari or Athens) and continental climatic conditions (in the Anatolian plateau, the vineyards are at a height of 900 metres, and the climate is closer to the Rhone Valley, though with less rainfall) in inland parts.
Precipitation differs between 400 – 1000 mm with an average of 550 mm per year. There are about 80 days with precipitation, mainly during winter. The longterm mean temperature differs between 16-20°C in coastal parts and 12 to 16°C in inland parts. At high altitudes temperatures can rise to 40°C during summer and fall to – 10°C in winter.

Soil type:
Differs from clay loam in the lower elevations to calcarious chalks.

Wine Grape Production Share:
The Aegean region accounts for 52.7% of all the wine produced in Turkey.

The grape varieties of the region are:
Alicante Bouchet, Boğazkere, Bornova Misketi, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan, Chardonnay, Çalkarası, Çavuş, Dimrit, Grenache, Kalecik Karası, Karalahna, Kuntra, Malbec,Merlot, Mourvedre, Narince, Öküzgözü, Petit Verdot, Pinot Noir, Sangiovese, Sauvignon Blanc, Shiraz (Syrah), Sultaniye, Tempranillo, Vasilaki, Viognier.