Tasting Notes: Wine information

Name: Angora

Sultana de Denizli

Vintage: 2007

Grape(s): Sultana

Region: Marmara

Producer: Kavaklidere

Alcohol level: 13%

Traditionally, Sultana grapes which are seedless and white, are more commonly found in their dry state as raisins and offer a rich, golden color with delicately sweet flavors. Turkey is a major producer and exporter of dried fruits such as raisins and apricots.

Want to learn more about Turkish wines?

With our Turkish wine series on DRINK, Eric Cavatore, a French sommelier, wine teacher and critic, brings you closer to this relatively unknown region with great wines:

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