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Turkish island wine
3 Jun 2009 by Jancis Robinson
One of the ways that ambitious Turkish wine producers can compensate for the country's relatively low latitudes is to head for the sea. I took a ferry from close to the ancient city of Troy in Galllipoli to one of Turkey's very few islands, Bozcaada, whose 2,000 year-old wine tradition is currently being revived. In the first of the two videos below you see our ferry pulling in to the harbour of the island's main town which is apparently full of small wine producers selling their wares and, most unexpectedly, boasts Turkey's finest wine accessories shop.     So what did we find on the island? Below is...

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