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Discover Wines of Turkey at ProWein 2012

Turkish pavilion with eleven top producers // Workshops by Jason S. Turner, Markus del Monego and Hendrik Thoma // Culinary highlights by chef Koral Elci of „Kitchen Guerilla“

For the second time, Wines of Turkey maintains a presence at ProWein, with a joint booth and an interesting program for professionals:

Wines of Turkey | Hall 3, F08

At the booth, eleven leading Turkish wineries present themselves and their wines from indigenous and international grape varieties. German and international experts perform guided tastings and show what the wine country Turkey, with its millennia old viticultural tradition, has to offer today.


Sunday, March 4, 2012

11 a.m. – Guided tasting with Jason S. Turner
Wine author Jason S. Turner presents the leading and shooting star wineries producing wines with native grape varieties such as Emir, Narince and Öküzgözü, as well as exciting blends like Chardonnay, Syrah or Cabernet Sauvignon.

3 p.m. – Guided tasting with Hendrik Thoma and Koral Elci
Chef Koral Elci, co-founder of the innovative gastronomy concept “Kitchen Guerilla”, and Master Sommelier Hendrik Thoma talk about the perfect match between modern Turkish cuisine and
quality wines from the Anatolian vineyards.

Monday, March 5, 2012
11 a.m. – Guided tasting with Jason S. Turner
4 p.m. – Guided tasting with Markus del Monego
True to the motto „Discover the roots“ Master of Wine Markus del Monego invites to an expedition to the indigenous and international grape varieties in Turkey

The Turkish exhibitors in alphabetical order:

Wines of Turkey
The umbrella body representing the Turkish wine sector is the result of a strategic partnership between Turkey's leading wineries. The organization Wines of Turkey was founded in 2008. Its
mission is to develop the wine market and culture of Turkey and to increase exports by making “Wines of Turkey” a generic brand associated with quality wine. For further information:


In Turkey, where wine has been cultivated for 8.000 years, there are more than 800 indigenous grape varieties. Most important among the indigenous white wines are Emir, Narince and among
the reds Kalecik Karası, Öküzgözü and Boğazkere. Of the international varieties, mostly Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz (Syrah) are grown.
Annually, around 75 million liters are produced, of which four percent are exported, which constitutes a volume of three million liters and a value of about eight million Euros.

Save the date:
Wines of Turkey hosts the 5th edition of the Digital Wine Communications Conference (EWBC), which will take place in Izmir, Turkey, from November 9 to 11, 2012, bringing together wine
professionals and wine lovers of all backgrounds from around the world.
For further information: ewbc.vrazon.com