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Back to School – Leeds Wine Tasting

  • Posted on October 6, 2014 at 8:50 am
Wine tasting in Leeds

As you will know by now we want to share with you a total wine experience not only in Turkey but throughout the world. We will continue to tell you all about wines from around the world as well as different ways you can enjoy not only the product but also the industry as a whole. Today we are going to be looking at a wonderful concept that can be found in the heart of England’s beautiful county of Yorkshire. The Yorkshire Wine School is an idea that we fully support and feel it is a great introduction to a…

Wine Tourism in Andalucia

  • Posted on July 25, 2014 at 8:24 am

Though not quite as synonymous with wine as the likes of France or Italy, Spain has been producing quality wines for a long time. One area which is starting to see somewhat of a growth in wine tourism is Andalucia, as the increase in quality vineyards has improved the overall perception of the area in the wine industry, At present there are around 40,000 hectares of vineyards in the Andalucian region, the majority of which are situated in the stunning Spanish countryside. This incredible scenery is also partly responsible for the boom in wine tourism, as visitors flock to the…

Welcome to Likya Wines!

  • Posted on July 8, 2014 at 1:34 pm

Likya Wines boasts an extensive range of great value wines from Antalya, Turkey. You are certain to find a wine for every occasion, or to match any food. Our choice of quality wines includes red and white wines. We offer FREE DELIVERY* within the United Kingdom with every case purchased, so try one today!

Jancis Robinson
British wine critic, journalist and editor of wine literature

…has given superior notes to Likya Wines.

“This year at the London Wine Trade Fair there was one company, Likya, a promising newcomer at 1,100 metres above the holiday destination of Antalya.”

…recommends Turkish variety Öküzgözü, which we use in our Merlot, Syrah and Öküzgözü blend.

“I’ve fallen in love with a grape variety that’s entirely new to me. I can neither pronounce nor spell it with ease in its native language but am told that its name translates as Bullseye, which strikes me as a pretty good name for a red wine that is round and fruity, with so much charm that it makes you smile when you taste it.”

read the full story – Financial Times, 6th June 2009