Buzbağ Emir Narince 2019
indigenous Anatolian grapes Emir and Narince are
blended to create Buzbağ White The delicate aromas of
Narince make more eccentric the rich texture of Emir
With a nose of lemon flower and freshly squeezed grapefruit juice, Buzbağ Emir and Narince reveals lychee, apricot flavors on the palate It may be enjoyed with shellfish, pasta with white sauce, grilled chicken and fish
Suvla Kinali Yapincak 2018
is named after a bay in the north coast of the Aegean Sea in the historical Gallipoli Peninsula The
indigenous variety Kınalı Yapıncak is unique to the region. The wine is partially barrel fermented Peach,
white flowers and pastry notes are dominating the nose together with the hints of linden and lemon.
The palate is supple, creamy and crispy. It is an elegant wine with its lively finish and enhancing aromas of nectarine and honeysuckle
Kayra Kalecik Karasi 2018
Kalecik Karası shows it earthy roots, lively fruit aromas
showcase the pure essence of the true Anatolian grape, a
blend of regions, the home region of Kalecik and Denizli give
lightness of fruit and density of texture.
Shows well cool in the glass due to its soft silky tannins. Great aromas including finger banana, ripe plums and ginger flower. Great with grilled or barbequed fish, lamb and roast duck.
Buzbağ Öküzgözü-Boğazkere 2019
and Boğazkere varietals, when blended complete
one another and the harmony of the blend of these
two grapes truly reflects the nature of Eastern Anatolia.
Öküzgözü with its plum like dark skinned grapes and
generous acidity complements Boğazkere with intense
tannins, fruit driven, spicy and tar like aroma character.
Buzbağ is a legendary blend of Anatolian winemaking history. This wine has ripe, sour cherry and blackberry aromas. It is soft and pleasurable to drink; it pairs well with grilled meat, kebabs, meat dishes with sauces and traditional Turkish dishes.
Suvla Reserve Karasakız 2017
reserve wine is produced exclusively from indigenous variety Karasakız grown on the traditional vineyards of Gallipoli
Peninsula. The best parcels of Karasakız were selected and the wine is aged 16 months in oak barrels.
The wine is bright ruby red in color and has a rich and complex bouquet dominated by fruity notes of black cherry, black pepper, red currant and tobacco. The crisp and concentrated body is developing an impressive elegant and complex pallet.
The finish is long and luscious, enhancing fragrances of leather and spices accompanied by fine tannins.