This is old vintage Turk wine using their indigenous Kalecik Karasi grape. Kalecik Karasi imparts a noticeable flavour similar to pinot noir. Kalecik Karası, one of the indigenous and prestigious wine grape variety used for Anatolian wine making tradition for centuries, has taken its deserved place among Anatolian wines after a long period of viticulture and vinification researches and studies of Kavaklıdere. The vineyards located at Kalecik (Ankara), benefit from the microclimate of Kızılırmak, which is milder than the continental climate of Middle Anatolia. The best vinification method is applied to Kalecik Karası to reveal the elegant and distinctive character of the grape.This elegant wine with soft tannins, develops well in the bottle when it is aged.
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