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Yes, you’ve guessed it! The name comes indeed from the ottoman sultans. As a matter of fact, it is said that it was their favorite grape.

Sultaniye is mainly grown in the Denizli and the Manisa provinces (Aegean region). This grape is seedless and is mostly used as table grape and raisins.

It makes light, easy to drink fruity and fresh wines.

It grows on clay loams in lower elevations and on calcarious chalks at 1100 m.

Aromas : Asparagus, pear, pineapple, floral, mango, lemon, golden and green apples, hay.