Tasting Notes A dry white wine produced with “Narince” grapes indigenous to Anatolia. The lively full-bodied wine has hints of tropical fruit, apricot and citrus fruits aromas and apparent floral aromas with a balanced acidity and long finish. Harvest & Winemaking Data Fermentation container : Stainless steel tanks Harvest time : Mid-September Soil type : Sandy-clay and gravelly Alcohol : 14 % pH level : 3.5 Residual sugar (grams/liter) : 3,4 Acidity (grams/liter) : 4.6
The Vineyard Erbaa Tokat Narince is an autochthonous white grape variety originating from the city of Tokat, southern part of Black Sea region. It is one of the main two white grape varieties produced for wine making. Tokat is a part of the Anatolian plain neighbouring Yeşilırmak (Iris) river and starting from the southern hills of the mountains close to Black Sea and Tokat is at the intersection of continental and Black Sea climates. Altitudes vary between 1000 and 2250 feet depending on the subregions. The soil is generally sandy-clay and gravelly.