Known as Turkey's Pinot Noir. With light garnet in the glass, this red wine has a nose of mulberry, brown sugar and wet earth. In the mouth, its bright berry flavor has a smoky and slightly brown sugar quality that changes to smokiness as the wine finishes. The deep minerality is accentuated by excellent acidity. The tannins are almost entirely absent for a smooth mouth feel.
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