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18 Jul 2017

Just after the anniversary of the failed coup against Turkey's hard-line premier Erdogan, architect Umay Çeviker, who has written for us several times before, brings us up to date on the threats to the wine scene in Turkey. 

One of the few things those of us living in Turkey seem to agree on these days is the colour of our…