This is a white blend of 35% Emir, 30% Narince, 30% Misket, and 5% Chardonnay grapes.  It really showed well and is a terrific value.  Light gold in color, clear and bright.  The nose has limes with some seltzer notes.  Medium bodied and slightly viscous.  On the palate, limes with underlying minerality and some grapefruit.  This has a nice complexity to it.  It seems young and that it might age for three to five more years, but it probably should be consumed earlier.  A nice match would be Borek (turkish pastry) filled with spinach and potatoes.  

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