The favourite rose wine of Turkey, “Lal” is produced from “Çal Karası” grapes grown in Denizli. This delicious rose wine has attractive red fruit aromas, fresh acidity and persistency of flavors. It is best when served at 6-8° C and perfectly matches with Thai chicken, grilled fish and chicken, lightly spicy meals, pizzas and pastas.
Çankaya, the favourite white wine of Turkey, is produced from Emir, Narince and Sultana grapes carefully selected from Anatolian vineyards. This elegant, persistent and well balanced white wine is best when served at 6-8° C and matches perfectly with grilled fish, sea food salads, tomato sauced pastas, grilled chicken and fresh cheeses.
Yakut, the legendary red wine of Turkey, is produced from Öküzgözü, Boğazkere, Alicante and Carignan grapes carefully selected from the best vineyards of Eastern Anatolia and Aegean Regions. Yakut is a distinctive red wine with its rich red fruit aromas very well balanced with its ripe tannins.
Angora Red is a delicious, round and well balanced wine produced from Cabernet Sauvignon, Alicante, Merlot and Carignan grapes grown in Aegean region. Revealing Aegean soil’s energy, it matches well with deli meat, lightly sauced red meat dishes, Bolognese sauced pasta, hamburger and barbecue. It is best served at 16 - 18°C.
Angora White revealing the distinctive aromatic character of the “Sultana” grape grown in Denizli, is a delicious, lively and well balanced white wine. It is best served at 6-8° C and matches well with grilled fishes, grilled chicken, sea food, salads and fresh cheeses. It can be also enjoyed as an aperitif.
A sparkling white wine with a fresh fruit driven style, which is light and refreshing. Altın Köpük is the first natural sparkling wine of Turkey produced by “Methode de la cuve close” (second fermentation in tank)” from Emir grapes grown in volcanic soil of Cappadocia. After fermentation, the wine is cooled and kept with the lees (élévage sur lies).
Made from Syrah grapes grown 250m above sea level where the soil is composed of clay and limestone. The vineyard is located in a micro-climate where continental and Mediterranean climates meet.
The vineyards are near the town Kemaliye in the Aegean Region. The name Pendore comes from the Latin “pence horyos”, which means “Five Villages”,...