Ekigaina is a red grape variety native to France. It was bred in 1955 by the French Academy of Agricultural Sciences using Tannat and Cabernet-Sauvignon., The Basque name means “sunny month”. The early to medium ripening vine is generally resistant to diseases. It produces colorful, rather low-acid red wines. The variety on two hectares in Southwest France grown.
We inspired the name “Wine Anatolia“ from today’s Turkey, Georgia, Armenia, Syria & Iraq. Historically wine production in Anatolia goes back to 3,000 BC. Our aim is to serve information about wines from all over the world specially anatolia.