A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Öküzgözü and Boğazkere. Öküzgözü grape is grown in Elazığ region near the Euphrates River bringing freshness and flavor like raspberry and cherry. Boğazkere grape is grown on the southern slopes of Toros Mountains bringing structure with strong tannins and fruit flavors Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are grown...
This wine mainly made from the local variety “Kalecik Karası” is blended with a hint of Syrah and Boğazkere.
Kalecik Karası is an elegant wine with fruity flavors like cherry, strawberry and structured by the tannins of Boğazkere also bodied by the roundness of Syrah.
The Kalecik Karası matches well with fishes, lamb, cheeses and white meats.
Made from grapes grown in Manisa region, coming from a small area with a microclimate and maintains the fresh aroma of red fruits with a hint of banana. İn the mouth it is lightly oaked with a round and well-balanced structure.
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.
Merlot –originating from Bordeaux, France- has shown itself to be ideally suited to the Saros Region. The gentle sea breezes cool the vineyard enabling the Merlot grapes to linger on the vine developing their own unique softness and giving rich, fruity and long lasting flavour to their wine.
Produced with organic grapes cultivated with 10% were matured in one year-old French oak barrels. It is long- lasting and balanced wine with striking dark purple hues, blackberry, bitter chocolate, tobacco and dried plum aromas and soft tannins with a long finish. The wine can be aged for 7-8 years in suitable storage...
2009 Barbare Prestige (Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot)
Matured for 18 months in French oak barrels. It is an impressive wine and has a well-rounded palate and is robust with a complex structure and lush flowery accents and blackberry, vanilla and ripe cherry aromas.
With the introduction of Pamukkale Diamond perhaps Turkey will soon be as famous for its red wine as it is for its mouthwatering mezzes!”
Founded in 1962 by the Tokat family, the Pamukkale winery is now in its third generation as winemakers. It is situated in the town of Denizli, inland from the Port of Izmir in the county of Guney.
Çalkarası is grown exclusivelly in Çal District of Denizli. As a variety it is very suitable for producing high quality rose wines due to its strong flavours present in the fruit also balanced with good acidity.
A 33 merlot / 33 can sauv / 33 cab franc blend from turkey. A solid purple color, there is some fine sediment in the bottle. Aromas of prunes, vegetation, and bell pepper. Element of sweetness. The palate is heavy on the pepper and prunes.
£3 for every bottle sold will go to the Poppy Appeal.
Produced by Gali Winery which is located on the Gallipoli peninsula, the special edition wine is a Merlot-based blend from Gali’s 24 hectare vineyard plantings, made by winemaker Hakan Kavur and is being presented as “a potent symbol of the special relationship between Turkey and ‘Anzacs’”
A blend of three vintages; 2009, 2011 and 2012 from a blend of; Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.Mid-ruby with a reserved nose, unexpected considering the wealth of the varieties involved. Aromas of mixed red berries, on the ripe and jammy side along with scents of olives. Shows very ripe flavours yet this is rather loosely...
83% Karasakiz and 17% Merlot. Picked from a single vineyard at an altitude of 550 metres on the slopes of Mount Ida, close to the site of ancient Troy. Light to medium bodied, characteristically Karasakiz, with distinctive aroma of red cherry, cranberry and dried figs. There’s a sour cherry freshness and earthy spices on the long finish.