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The Çalkarasi grape is native to Çal in south-western Turkey and typically
used to make soft, light reds or more often rosé wines. Pasaeli’s grapes are
harvested by hand from a single 30-year-old vineyard. Very pale salmon colour, it is very fresh and light with red fruit flavours and a savoury, dry finish.
A blend of Pinot Noir, Schonburger, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. These grapes were macerated and trodden, twice daily for 48 hours, before pressing. One third of the blend was aged in Burgundy barrels and stirred on its lees daily for a fortnight to add body. The wine is bottled with some residual sugar, which results in a gentle pétillance. Wild ferment, light filtration and minimul added sulphur.