Syriac Wines Tasting

We realized Shiluh Syriac Wines in the open air, which keeps the ancient Syriac tradition alive with the wines they call Shiluh (Peace) in Mesopotamia where wars are not missing. Turabdin, then Manastır and Dara were the prominent tastes in tasting.

Shiluh Kustan 2015

A white wine produced from Mezrona and Kerküş grapes unique to the Mardin region, with a bright yellow color, strong and fruity, with fresh acidity. It can be sipped with grilled fish, seafood salads, pasta with tomato sauce and fresh cheese.

Shiluh Ninve 2015

It is a bright claret red, light bodied red wine produced from Öküzgözü and Boğazkere grapes. In addition to animal and earthy tones, cherry and rosehip can be felt on the nose. On the palate, green tannins have a distinct, medium-length finish. It can be sipped with a lamb skewer or a plain steak.

Shiluh Classic 2015

A bright ruby red wine with purple highlights, produced from Öküzgözü and Boğazkere grapes. The nose has green pepper, cherry and blackberry connotations. There are earthy and sour cherry touches in the medium-length finish. It can be sipped with sauced and spicy red meats.

Shiluh Turabdin 2014

Vivid and bright dark burgundy, blackberry, damson plum, cold brewed tea and earthy associations are felt on the nose. Vanilla is accompanied by red fruit aromas that are generally compatible with the nose on the palate. It is striking with its strong round tannins. A well-balanced wine and a little alcohol make it feel ahead. Medium length, red fruit flavors and tannin touches remain in the finale. 70% Boğazkere, 30% Öküzgözü.

Shiluh Manastır 2015

A dark burgundy, fruity, vibrant, balanced and plump red wine produced from Boğazkere grapes grown in monastery vineyards and Assyrian villages. It can be sipped with grilled meats, sauced baked meat dishes and kebabs.

Shiluh Dara 2014

An aperitif wine produced by adding mahaleb to the cupage of Öküzgözü and Boğazkere grapes. The manufacturer recommends serving at 6-8 degrees.