Misket is a variety of grape used to produce white wine. It has a pinkish skin color. It is considered to be an old and local variety. Misket The grapes are small and are violet-to- pinkish red in color. The wine produced from Misket Cherven is particularly dry. It has straw-yellow color and often has green nuance. Varietal Misket Cherven wines are primarily named by appellation. Misket Cherven is also utilized as a table grape. The name of this grape variety translates to Muscat red but it is also called as Romastina in Veliko Tarnovo district and Sinya Temenuga in Vratsa district.
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.