Kaya Kapadokia 2012

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Kaya Kapadokia 2012

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Yep, it’s from Turkey. Cappadocia in Central Anatolia to be exact, acclaimed not only for its unique historical and cultural heritage but also for its beautiful landscape - best viewed from the air - hence the label. Records of the name Cappadocia date back from the late 6th century BC, when under Persian rule it was named Katpatuka, which most likely means ”land of the beautiful horses“.
The wine is a blend of two indigenous grapes. Öküzgözü or ”ox eye”after its large, black berries that give the soft, squishy fruitiness reminiscent of Pinot Noir, and Boğazkere  or “throat burner” which provide the spice, body and tannins of the Southern Rhone but with a touch of ‘Musariness’ which betrays its origin.  

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