The robe is ruby with hints of purple. This is a pronounced red wine with liquorice, spicy and blackberry notes with a hint of mint on the nose. On the palate, it has ripe black fruits, caramel, mocha and a long finish.
The grapes were handpicked with small boxes of 10 kg. After crushing, the juice was fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks to retain the purity of aromas. Fermentation took place for two weeks. The wine has also undergone malolactic fermentation for another two week. The wine had at least 10 months of maturation before being released.
Ms Canan Gerimli is the founder and winemaker of sensational wines of Gordias. The estate is situated at altitude of 1100 m in Ankara, the capital of modern Turkey. Ms Canan Gerimli named her estate after the king of Gordion who ruled in ancient Phrygia. Ankara, the capital of modern Turkey, has also been a centre for various civilisations with a great viticulture. Today, Gordias aims crafting fine wines with local grapes Bogazkere and Kalecik Karasi.