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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
3 Jun 2009

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…