Turkey’s distinctive wines still facing challenges in the UK

Turkish wine is having its 15 minutes of fame, with the cognoscenti, foodies and sommeliers all recognising massively improved quality, exciting indigenous grapes and the all-important quality of “different-ness” that makes wine from lesser-known producing countries so appealing. 

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