K of Kapadokia is a new breed of authentic wines from Cappadocia featuring a red made from indigenous grapes. Memduh Erdogan and his two brothers from the winery Kocabag in Uçhisar, Cappadocia have surrounded themselves with a team of international wine enthusiasts and experts to convince the world about turkish wine. Together they created K of Kapadokia. The brohers gave the spirit of Cappadocia to this special blend, from two main indigenous grape varieties: Öküzgözü (ox eye) and Boğazkere (throat burner).
Kocabağ Şarapçılık is a small local vineyard and winery in Uçhisar, Cappadocia, which produces red and white wines from traditional Turkish grapes: Öküzgözü, Boğazkere, Kalecik Karası, Narince and Emir. Founded in 1972, it sold its first wine in 1986, and by 1990 had 35 hectares in vines. Its Cappadocian tufa caves have a capacity today of 300,000 liters.
Grape: 50% Öküzgözü, 50% Boğazkere
Origin: Kocabağ, Cappadocia – Turkey
Colour: Dark red
Bouquet: Dark cherry notes, boysenberry notes, herbal notes, light spice notes, plums and a hint of wild berries
Taste: The palate is dry and fruity with medium to high tannins that make it ideal for pairing with more substantial meals.
Ideal wine for grilled food, pork, mutton, lamb and beef.