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Istanbul skyline in Turkey

Turkey has been making wine for longer than almost anywhere else in the world  - at least six millennia. The modern era has been slow to arrive, however, on account of political, religious and economic factors as well as the challenge of finding ideal vineyard sites at these latitudes. Turkey's landscape is home to between 600-1200 indigenous grape varieties, from subtle whites to powerful reds. Outside involvement is now coinciding with renewed local determination to create “export grade” wine, and the native grape varieties are being confidently and successfully championed. The best-made wines therefore manage to be accessible without reverting to a bland international style and are now justifiably getting the recognition throughout Europe they deserve.


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Sevilen Nativus Kalecik Karasi 2018

From £12.50 - per bottle
Pronounced 'Kal-le-djic-car-ah-ser' this is an indigenous Turkish grape variety famous for its unique aroma and flavour... Read More...

Sevilen Nativus Öküzgözü Boğazkere 2019

From £12.50 - per bottle
A bold, bright and fruit-forward red wine with a long, harmonious finish... Read More...

Sevilen Plato Syrah Öküzgözü 2018

From £16.50 - per bottle
Plato refers to the Denizli Plateau, one of Turkey’s oldest wine-producing regions and the source of Sevilen’s flagship wine... Read More...

Sevilen Nativus Narince 2020

From £13.00 - per bottle
Pronounced Nah-rin-djeh, Narince is one of Turkey's most significant native white grape varieties... Read More...