North : 39°23’5.36″N
South : 38°19’34.09″N
East : 35° 4’40.66″E
West : 34°14’41.79″E

Mid-Southern Anatolia is surrounded by Kayseri, Kırşehir, Aksaray and Niğde.

Hot dry summers and cold winters. It has a continental climatic character. Cappadocia has a steppe climate, there is a great temperature difference between day and night. It is cooler and drier than in the popular tourist areas of the Mediterranean and the

Aegean coasts.
Precipitation differs between 400-600 mm with an average of 500 mm per year. The longterm mean temperature differs between 8 to 12°C

Soil type:
Sand, sandstone, decomposed volcanic, tuffa. Its poor volcanic soil is well suited to the cultivation of vines.

Wine Grape Production Share:
The Mid-Southern Anatolia region accounts for 12.1% of all the wine produced in Turkey.

The grape varieties of the region are:
Chardonnay, Dimrit, Emir, Kalecik Karası, Malbec, Narince, Öküzgözü, Sauvignon Blanc, Tempranillo.