Top 10 wines in the US press

2013 Kavaklidere Cankaya, Anatolia, Turkey

IMG_0872“I was entranced by this blend of Narince and Emir – Turkey’s most important white grape varieties – and Sultana, the world’s most commonly planted grape (better known in the United States as Thompson Seedless).

“A wine snob might expect such a mix to yield something innocuous, but this citrusy blend beguiles with flavours of tangerine and lime accented by jasmine,” McIntyre writes.

“As with most delicate whites, you shouldn’t drink this too cold; let it warm up if it has been chilling in the refrigerator.”

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