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Red wine 2013 dry Kapadokya, Central Anatolia, Turkey

Type: Red wine
Quantity: 0.75 l
Alcohol content : 14%
Bottle closue: Natural cork
Registration number : #koc-L14-01ÖB

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Last reviewed: 16 June, 2015

The country has an ancient winegrowing tradition, since at least in the 4th millennium BC there were already cultivated vineyards in Anatolia, in the region of Transcaucasia (which together with Mesopotamia is considered the cradle of wine culture) and on the coast of the Caspian Sea. Excavations in the city of Catal Hüyük, built in the 7th millennium B.C., have found representations that suggest that wine was already being produced at that time. According to a naturally unverifiable hypothesis, an ancestor of the grape variety Kalecik Karasi was allegedly known to the Hittites as early as ~1,500 BC. Close to the border with...

The red grape variety (also Kara Erik) comes from Turkey. According to an unverifiable hypothesis, it was allegedly cultivated by the Armenians in ancient times. The medium to late ripening vine is generally resistant to diseases. The name referring to the large berries means "ox eye". It produces light-coloured, acidic red wines of medium alcohol content with soft tannins and fruity aromas. The variety is mainly grown in Anatolia in the provinces of Elazig and Malaty, as well as in Thrace, Cappadocia and along the Aegean coast. It is mostly used as a blending partner with the Bogazkere variety, for example in the well-known brand wines...
The red grape variety originates from Turkey. Synonyms are Bogazkarasi and Saraplik Siyah. According to DNA analyses carried out in 2006, the Saraplik Siyah variety, which was previously considered independent, is identical. There is also a parent-offspring relationship with the almost extinct Morek. Further analyses carried out in 2009 suggest a relationship with the two varieties Kabarcik Beyaz and Öküzgözü. The medium to late ripening vine is suitable for hot, dry climate. It produces not very colourful, but full-bodied, tannic red wines with aromas of dark fruit, tobacco and leather, which is...
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