BORNOVA MİSKETİ Pronunciation: Born-ova Mis-ket-ee ORIGIN (Sub Region) Aegean (İzmir) OTHER REGIONS (Sub Regions) Aegean (Manisa) GENERAL INFORMATION This grape is grown in and around the Aegean city of ‹zmir. Bornova Muscat displays the characteristics flavour and aromas of Muscat. Bornova Misketi produces quite aromatic, lively, light, easy drinking and dry to lusciously sweet wines that are in light gold color. The aroma of Bornova Muscat is reminiscent of honeysuckle
BOĞAZKERE Pronunciation: Bow-aahz-keh-reh ORIGIN (Sub Region) Sout East Anatolia (Diyarbakır) OTHER REGIONS (Sub Regions) Mid-Eastern Anatolia (Malatya) Mid-Northern Anatolia (Ankara, Uşak) Aegean (Manisa, Denizli) Mediterranean (Elmalı) GENERAL INFORMATION Boğazkere means “throat burner” Boğazkere has very high dense tannins with medium acidity, similar to Tannat. The wines made from this grape are dark in color, full bodied, dense tannins, with complex flavor profiles. The wines from Bo¤azkere grape find balance when
ÖKÜZGÖZÜ Pronunciation: Oh-cooz-goe-zue ORIGIN (Sub Region) Mid-Eastern Anatolia (Elazığ) OTHER REGIONS (Sub Regions) Mid-Southern Anatolia (Nevşehir / Cappadocia) Mid-Northern Anatolia (Ankara, Uşak) GENERAL INFORMATION Native to Eastern Anatolia, Öküzgözü derives its name from the fact that it has large, blackberries that resemble a bull’s eye. On the palate, it is medium bodied, producing round, fruity wines, with some tannins and rather lively acidity. Alcohol level is usually between 12.5% and
KALECİK KARASI Pronunciation: Kah-le-djic-car-ah-ser (with ‘er’ as in British ‘father’) ORIGIN (Sub Region) Mid-Northern Anatolia (Ankara /Kalecik) OTHER REGIONS (Sub Regions) Aegean (Denizli, Manisa, Uşak, Elmalı) Mid-Southern Anatolia (Nevşehir / Cappadocia) Marmara (Tekirdağ) GENERAL INFORMATION Kalecik Karası means the “black from the small castle”. Kalecik is a small village (65 km northeast of Ankara) in Central Anatolia with its castle. Kalecik Karas› is grown mainly at the Kızılırmak river valley.
ÇALKARASI Pronunciation: Chal-car-ah-ser (with ‘er’ as in British ‘father’) ORIGIN (Sub Region) Aegean (Denizli/Çal) OTHER REGIONS (Sub Regions) Not Available GENERAL INFORMATION Another Aegean grape is the Çalkarası, which is native to Denizli and makes excellent rosé wines as well as light, fruity reds. One of the most significant characteristics of Çalkarası is the high acidity it gives to the wine. It helps to make lively and balanced, especially rosé
SULTANIYE Pronunciation: Sool-tah-nee-yeh ORIGIN (Sub Region) Aegean (Denizli) OTHER REGIONS (Sub Regions) Aegean (Manisa) GENERAL INFORMATION Mainly grown in Denizli and Manisa. Mostly consumed as table grape and raisins however it is also used in wine making. Gives light, easy to drink fruit flavoured and fresh wines. Dry and semi-dry wines can be produced with this type of grape. DETAILED INFORMATION Climate: In general the Aegean region has a mild
NARİNCE Pronunciation: Nah-rin-djeh ORIGIN (Sub Region) Mid-Southern Anatolia (Tokat) OTHER REGIONS (Sub Regions) Mid-Southern Anatolia (Nevşehir / Cappadocia) GENERAL INFORMATION Narince means “delicately” in Turkish. Mainly grown in Tokat and along Yeşilırmak (river). Both consumed as table grape and used in wine making. Dry and semi-dry wines can be made with Narince grape. It has yellow-green color and sophisticated fruit flavor. Since the acidity level is high, wine gains a
EMİR Pronunciation: Eh-mere ORIGIN (Sub Region) Mid-Southern Anatolia (Nevşehir / Cappadocia) OTHER REGIONS (Sub Regions) Not Available GENERAL INFORMATION Emir is a native white grape of Cappadocia and most plantings are at the Nevşehir province. It acquired its name (Emir = Ruler / Lord), from the fact that it was a quite popular wine at the local lords’ tables. It was used since the Roman times to make crisp, refreshing
For three generations, DOLUCA has been a part of the Turkish winemaking industry, reflecting its traditional and innovative character in its service and product quality. In 1926, Nihat A. Kutman, established a small bottling plant in Galata, Istanbul, called Maison Vinicole which later acquired the name DOLUCA. Believing in the need to constantly improve the quality of his wines, Nihat A. Kutman, after lengthy research in Europe, brought grape varieties
The first boutique wine producer in Turkey, which introduced the international grapes to the country. Gülor was founded by Güler Sabanc› in 1993. Under the guiadance of Prof. Nicolas Vivas Bordeaux Univeristy, from soil to the grape variety, harvest to blend, Gülor aims to bring hihg stnadrts to the country. Gülor owns 20 hectars of vineyard located at ﬁarköy, Tekirdağ, Turkey. Oto Sanayi Sitesi, Çaml›k Caddesi No:2 Birlas ‹ﬂ Merkezi.