Vinography Images: Vines of Yesteryear


An vineyard in the Cappadocia region of Türkiye seen from the air evokes what vineyards must have looked like thousands of years ago. The vineyard is surrounded by the unique sandstone formations that make Cappadocia a World Heritage Site. Türkiye (which changed the official English spelling of its country name via the UN in 2021) has a long and rich history of winemaking, with a number of indigenous grape varieties, some of which make outstanding and unique wines. Sadly, the current government in Türkiye takes a very anti-alcohol stance, and the wine industry continues to suffer as a result.

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