Discover the Turkish wine & vineyards in Turkey via the wine routes; a perfect combi of vineyard hopping & touring the country!
Datça Vineyard & Winery, like many other boutique vineyards, is a family-run business. The son of the owner described it as a retirement project that got out of hand. It is the kind of place that we love: small-scale, made with love, and full of personal touches.
We’re always saying how Turkey is a very complete destination, offering something for all tastes and budgets. And speaking of tastes, Turkish food is delicious; some of it even made it onto UNESCO’s List of Intangible Cultural Heritage. But are you aware of the existence of Turkish wine routes? Following these routes will take you through a substantial part of the country, with scenic rides, plenty of lovely villages and cities, and dozens of fascinating ancient sites to visit. And in between, you get to stop at some boutique vineyards, or established and famous wineries to sample some of the finest Turkish wines. If you ask us, this is a great alternative way to explore Turkey. Read all about those routes, and about Datça Vineyard & Winery in Slow Travel Guide’s post on Turkish wine routes and vineyards in Turkey.
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