Turkish wine: ancient and modern

14th December, 2016 by Darren Smith

Amid a host of geopolitical problems, Turkey is trying to capitalise on its 6,000-year history as a wine-producing region. But can the industry surmount the country’s difficult business environment for alcohol products, asks Darren Smith

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One Response to “Turkish wine: ancient and modern”

  1. Liz Morcom says:

    I’ve never come across as many corked wines as I did in Turkey this summer – a great shame as the wines are in general improving year on year.

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