Pamukkale Nodus Cabernet Sauvignon
Pamukkale Nodus Cabernet Sauvignon is made from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown in the southern district of Denizli. The grapes, from selected parcels, are harvested early in the morning and macerated in chilled containers for 21 days. Malolactic fermentation takes place in new French oak barrels where the wine is aged for 18 months. The wine is therefore also suitable for longer storage.
The taste is impressive with round, full-bodied aromas. This intensely fruity wine also contains notes of green pepper, tobacco, nuts, dense black fruits and vanilla on the nose. It should be ventilated (1/2 hour) before drinking.
Pamukkale Weine is a family business founded by Fevzi Tokat in 1962. Fevzi Tokat started with a relatively small production volume of 100.000 liters. Pamukkale has since become one of the largest wineries in Turkey. The winery, which is now managed by his brother Yasin Tokat, produces 3,5 million liters of wine every year. The main goal is to offer wine lovers the best quality wine at the best prices.
The Güney district is located in the north of Denizli on a plateau between 750 and 850 meters above sea level. In the winter months, an average of 475 to 550 mm of precipitation falls annually in the southern climate. The climate here is rough and continental, with cold and snowfall. The temperature difference between day and night reaches 15 to 20 ° C in the summer.
Pamukkale winery produces “Castle Style” which can be translated worldwide as “local grape processing”. All of the grapes used for production are grown in the region's vineyards.