Old vintage of Turkey's Okugozu indigenous grape. Super Rare Vintage of Okuzgozu; Special edition and collection from the winery. NOT available else in the world. Öküzgözü, one of the indigenous and prestigious wine grape variety used for the Anatolian wine making tradition for centuries, has taken its deserved place after being produced as a varietal wine by Kavaklıdere. Selected with great care from the best vineyards in Elazığ, Öküzgözü grapes are processed with a production technique that brings out the best of its character.
The Irish Times - Ampohora: wine from ancient clay containers
- John Wilson
There is a move away from modern to traditional wine methods
Did our forefathers know best? The last few decades have seen huge changes in the way wine is made – large, modern wineries that look more like chemical plants, with massive colu
Turkey Joins The Amber Revolution (A Non-Political One)
"Making natural amber wine is like driving a car without brakes and gas pedal," Turkish winemaker Camlica described.
The First And Only Turkish Küp (Qvevri) Wine Unveiled - And Is Coming to HK
Qvevri wine was almost nonexistent in Turkey when I last visited this new wine country four years ago. Today, a star is born! En-vogue German Winemaker Udo Hirsch (known as the "Crazy German) is pursuing Turkey’s first ever qvevri (Küp in Turkish) wine, a