Welcome to Sarap.Online - Turkish Wine and Spirits
At Sarap.Online we have made it our mission to bring you wine from Turkey closer to you. You will find a steadily growing selection of Turkish wines here, the country that is rightly called the cradle of wine.
We have taken on a new winemaker again. Try the great wines from Pasaeli. Here you will find all the Pasaeli wines.
Wines from Turkey.
Quality that convinces.
If you are looking for new and interesting wines and would like to buy Turkish wine, then we are happy to help. We visit our winegrowers regularly and get an idea of the quality in and around the winery on site. If you want to be there, by the way, become a follower on our Instagram account. We offer you a mixture of large and well-known brands, which are also very popular in Turkey, but also present small winegrowers, whom we would like to bring you closer with some very limited editions.Our wine tours
We make you want more.
Turkey's winegrowing tradition, which is more than 6000 years old, has been booming since the early 2000s. Many small winemakers have set up boutique wineries where they produce wines from international and regional grape varieties. A lot is invested in new tank technology, as well as methods of growing and expanding the wines. You can also tell from the qualities, because the climate and soil already offer the grapes excellent conditions.
Selection of national and international grape varieties
Try wines from the indigenous grape varieties, such as the row grapes Öküzgözu, Kalecik Karasi or Bogazkere. If you like white wine, we recommend Narince, Sultaniye or Emir. Here we have put together a sample package for you. Turkey has more autochthonous, i.e. indigenous grape varieties that only occur there than any other country. Even if you are unsure, ask us - we would be happy to recommend wines for an invitation, for different dishes or occasions. You can contact us here.
Viticulture in Turkey - Turkish wine as an exotic
Did you know? With 448.000 hectares of vineyards in 2018, Turkey has the fourth largest vineyard area in Europe, behind Spain (1), France (2) and Italy (3) (source OIV World Economic Report 2018). This means that Turkey has around 4 times as much vineyard area as Germany with 102.000 hectares. Outside Europe, Turkey is in second place behind China. Most of the production is for table grapes, the production of grape juice and dried grapes, only about 3% is used for the production of wine and raki.
Half of the wine produced in the country is drunk by tourists. So it often happens that Turkey vacationers ask us about their new “favorite wine” and whether you can get one here. All in all, the result can see the Turkish wine without a doubt, and above all, taste it! The multitude of international awards and medals at renowned wine events and tastings testify to the high level and increasing popularity, not only among wine professionals.
Turkish wine in Germany
Turkey imports only 7.000 hl to Germany (according to statistics 2017), for comparison, Italy imported 5.456.000 hl wine to Germany in the same year. So you can count yourself as a consumer of Turkish wine as an exotic, or rather among an illustrious group of dedicated experts!
Discover new wine flavors
With this in mind - discover with us these old and venerable wines, find new grape varieties, find with us wineries that produce wines on antique soil using the latest methods. Let yourself be surprised by the incredible variety of wines, from a country with a great wine-growing tradition that has long been forgotten. We would be delighted if you share our passion for it and let us take you on an exciting journey of discovery! In this sense, have fun browsing and Şerefe wishes you
Your Sarap.Online team…