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Wine: There are a variety of local wines produced by Turkish brands, such as Kavaklıdere, Doluca, Corvus, Kayra, Pamukkale and Diren, which are becoming more popular.
A range of grape varieties are grown in Turkey. For the production of red wine, the following types of grapes are mainly used: in the Marmara region -- Pinot Noir, Adakarası, Papazkarası, Semillion, Kuntra, Gamay, and Cinsault; in the Aegean region -- Carignane, Çalkarası, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Alicante Bouschet; in the Black Sea region and eastern part of the country – Öküzgözü and Boğazkere; in Central Anatolia -- Kalecik Karası, Papazkarası, Dimrit; and in the Mediterranean region -- Sergi Karası and Dimri.
As for white wine, the grapes can be listed as follows: in the Marmara region -- Chardonnay, Riesling, Semillion, Beylerce, and Yapıncak; in the Aegean region -- Muscat and Semillion; in the Black Sea region -- Narince; and in Central Anatolia – Emir and Hasandede. Alcoholic Drinks