The Shiluh Sargon is the first of three cuvees made from the two classic Turkish grape varieties Öküzgözü (60%) and Bogazkere (40%).
It differs from the Turabdin (50/50) and the Turizlo (49/60) only in the percentage composition of these two grapes. A very interesting game in which the flavor characteristics of these best-known Turkish red wine grape varieties emerge in the different concentrations. Give it a try and taste these three wines in a row.
The intensive aroma of forest fruits and the exotic spices make this wine something very special. It comes from the Mardin-Midyat region, which is known for its ancient history and culture. The Arameans and Assyrians, ancestors of today's Turks, settled in this region thousands of years ago. This wine is a unique combination of old tradition and modern winemaking art.