Deep ruby to the eye, this wine made with native Turkish variety Kalecik Karasi has a nose of blackberry, cherry and caramel. Barely-there tannins and a pleasing vein of acidity offer a backdrop for flavors of black cherry, cranberry, white chocolate and orange peel that remain on the palate through the zippy finish.
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