Ayapetro (Çamlıbağ) Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

Points : 8,5/10 Price : 160 TL at Mensis Mahzen This 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon has a classic Cabernet nose of eucalyptus, sour cherry, sawdust, wood spice and green peppercorns.  It’s fresh but robust with depth and complexity. The mouth is rich with plum, juniper, clove and allspice notes, and a very long finish that vibrates between sweet…

My favourite Turkish red wines in 2019

At last, here are my 10 favourite Turkish red wines. It was not easy to choose, believe me! As for the whites, no rating or order here. Just a few words to express the feeling while drinking those wines. To get more information and a full description, use the search engine on the blog! Happy…

My favorite Turkish white wines in 2019

It’s not easy to choose among so many quality Turkish wines to close this wonderful year. Once again, there will be no rating or order in this list. Just a few words to express what i felt while drinking those wines. Don’t hesitate to leave some comments! To get more information and a full description,…

Çamlıbağ Ayapetro Kuntra Kırmızıdan Beyaz 2018

Points : 8,25/10 Around 100 TL at Dekante, Istiniye Park. On the nose, white peach, cherry, vanilla and thyme. High acidity, medium bodied, ripe and juicy. Flavours of cherries and raspberry with hints of spices. A refreshing rosé, yet voluptuous and rich with a clean and lingering finish. You could call it “gastronomic”! It was…

Çamlıbağ Ayapetro Merlot 2010

Points : 8,5/10 Price : 105 TL at Rind Black cherry, plum, tobacco, vanilla, cedar and eucalyptus. Wonderful fruity and complex aromas. Mild tannins very well integrated. Medium bodied. Kind of fat or creamy. High acidity. On the palate, sugar plum, fruit cake, black cherry, blackberry, fig, chocolate, mint, toffee. Very long finish. Beautiful!!!! For…

Çamlıbağ Ayapetro Vasilaki 2017

Points : 7,5/10 Price : 70 TL at Dekante wineshop Vasilaki is native to the island of Bozcaada, in the Aegean Sea. The island used to be part of Greece, hence the name of the grape. This is indeed the Greeks who brought this grapevine which is now used by 6 local winemakers. Let’s have…