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Turkey is perhaps the most complex for the wine lovers due to its different varieties of local grapes.

If you are looking for a red wine with an excellent price-performance ratio, then this section of the online wine shop is for you. At Wine Anatolia you will find a very careful selection of Turkish Red Wines. Öküzgözü, Boğazkere, Kalecik Karası, Papaskarası to Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah are all available for sale online at affordable prices. All come from small wineries that stand out for the attention they pay to the quality of their products. Pair them with red meat and cheese and you will not regret your choice of our online wine shop.

The best Turkish White Wines are carefully chosen and can be found in this section of our online wine store. Emir, Sultaniye, Misket and Yapıncak are some of the white wines you can buy online on Wineanatolia.com. You will find them all at affordable prices with good discounts, exclusive or at the cellar price. Moreover, the search for the best value for money is the hallmark of our wine shop. Go with white meat, fish dishes or serve them as an aperitif. Try these white wines from our online wine shop.

We provide best Wine Deals & Offers in our wine shop. You can get excellent savings when you buy wines in package. Wine packages with 3 or 6 bottles are all discounted. A diverse selection of Local Grapes from vineyards all over Anatolia.  Red, white, Rose or blended wine package selections will not disappoint you. Your choice of a Red, white, Rose or blended wine package won’t let you down. Buy more, pay less for wines in our Turkish wine shop

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Turkish Wines: Best Quality Wines From Anatolia

Anatolia is the center of Turkish winegrowing. Wine production in Turkey goes back to 3,000 BC. The production of wine was limited by law during the Ottoman period. The restrictions were only lifted when Ataturk founded Turkey in 1923, and Turkey’s wine industry expanded rapidly from 1970 to 1980. The consumption by tourists helped the industry to boom. In the mid-1980s, many winegrowers placed more emphasis on quality than the quantity of the fine wine. About Wine History in Anatolia Read more

This new direction was quickly rewarded with international recognition and awards for individual varieties. Today, Turkish winegrowers produce around 80 million liters of wine annually, which is exported all over the world and is becoming increasingly popular with wine drinkers. Most of the grapes grow in the Marmara region, on the Aegean coast and in Central Anatolia. However, only about 5% of the grapes are processed into wine, the rest are either eaten, refined to syrup or dried to raisins.

The local grape varieties Boğazkere and Öküzgözü grow in the southeastern part of Turkey and are known for their 1A quality and give an excellent red wine, which also has its price. The Narince grapes grow in Tokat, in the north of Central Anatolia, and are processed into a tasty white wine. The Sauvignon Blanc grape also thrives on Turkish soil and under the Turkish sun. Wine growing, production and bottling are controlled and subject to strict criteria.

Turkish Wine Regions

The most important wine-growing regions are in the Aegean region on the Aegean coast. In these areas, which have more moisture than the dry interior, almost two thirds of the wines are produced. 34 grape varieties are used for viticulture, 22 local and 12 international. Turkish Wine Regions Read more

Marmara and Thrace (the European part of Turkey): In the areas around Tekirdağ, Çanakkale, Edirne, Kırklareli and Bilecik 40% of Turkish wines are produced. The red grape varieties: Papazkarası, Adakarası, Karaseker, Gamay, Pinot Noir and Cinsault. The following white grape varieties are used: Semillon, Yapıncak, Beylerce, Clairette, Misket and Riesling.

Aegean coast of Anatolia: 20% of Turkish wine production in the regions around İzmir, Manisa and Denizli. Calkarası, Grenache and Carignan as well as increasingly Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon are used as red grape varieties.

Gökçeada ( Imbros) & Bozcaada (Tenedos ) islands are located in Aegean region of Turkey. These islands are famous for their windy summer time.

On the Black Sea, which is considered the original home of the grapevines, there are smaller growing areas near Çorum, Tokat, Kastamonu and Samsun. The indigenous Dimrit, Sergikarası (red) and Narine (white) grapes are mainly used here.

Central Anatolia has a continental climate with harsh winters and hot summers. Kalecik Karası, Papazkarası, Dimrit, Boğazkere and Öküzgözü (all red varieties) and the white varieties Emir, Narince and Hasandede are grown here. The areas are at Ankara, Kırıkkale, Kırşehir and Niğde.

In Eastern Anatolia viticulture is practiced around Elazığ as well as in the Southeast Anatolian provinces Gaziantep, Mardin, Şanlıurfa and Diyarbakır. The main varieties are Öküzgözü, Bogazkere, Horozkarası (all red) as well as Narince, Dokulgen and Kabarcık.

Wine Regions of Turkey - Turkish Wine Regions-Anatolian Wine Regions

Wine Grapes Of Anatolia

Turkey has more than 1.200 – 1.500 named grape varities of which 800 are genetically different. There are around 30 outstanding wine grape varieties among all these types. The indigenous and international grape varieties below are those that are widely used for wine making. 

Adakarası, Alicante Bouchet, Barburi, Boğazkere, Bornova Misketi, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan, Chardonnay, Cinsault, Çalkarası, Çavuş, Dimrit, Emir, Gamay, Grenache, Kalecik Karası, Karalahna, Kuntra, Malbec, Merlot, Narince, Öküzgözü, Papazkarası, Petit Verdot, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Sangiovese, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Shiraz, Sultaniye,Tempranillo,Vasilaki,Viognier. Anatolian Wine Grapes Read more

Structure of Viticulture in Turkey

The winegrowing scene is dominated by a few large wineries. The leap in quality of the past few years has just been initiated there. Due to the success of these goods, small wineries are currently being created along the lines of French companies (châteaux). Most of the approximately 100 Turkish winegrowers are very small and do not export. Since the vineyards are spread all over the country and the large wineries have an enormous need for grape material, the grapes often have to be transported a few hundred kilometers in refrigerated transport from the vineyard to the wineries.

Tasheli Wines

Tasheli Wines

Tasheli Winesfocusing on the indigenous varieties Tasheli Wines & Vineyards Tasheli Wines History Tasheli Wines Winemaking journey started back in 2005. They

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Kutman Winery

Kutman Winery

Kutman WinerySINCE 1896 Kutman Wines & Vineyards Kutman Winery History In 1896, the purchase of one of the Murefte’s wineries by Ali

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Challenge International Du Vin 2022

Challenge International Du Vin 2022

Challenge International Du Vin 2022 Results Best Turkish Wines, Awarded In The Challenge International Du Vin 2022 Each year, up to 5,000 bottles of wine are delivered to the CDV cellars in Bourg, near Bordeaux (Gironde). They are then anonymized and prepared for competitions with the help and participation of a hundred members and six full time employees who put their know-how and resources to work for the producers of the world’s winegrowing regions. Despite the

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