Vinkara is located on a total of 200 acres of land, with 155 acres allotted for our vineyards and production facilities. Our vineyards are located in Kalecik and benefit from the climate and geographical characteristics of the Anatolian region. Situated in close proximity to the south of Central Anatolia , our vineyards are approximately 650 meters above sea level. Owing to the climate and geographical conditions, the wines are conducive to high acidity and aromas. Rising 2,000 meters and to the West, the mountains surrounding the vineyards in Kalecik provide microclimate conditions. During sunny periods, the mountains allow the flow of air to the plain and in the spring and fall, the accumulated rain provides a natural water supply for the vineyards.
In order to achieve quality in a vineyard, one should be very very meticulous and careful. Then one should possess important techniques applicable in the production line in order to put forward the quality of the wine. Here we have the opportunity of using some of the most modern techniques. There is one thing that I attach great importance to and repeat quite often: the origin of wine is in Anatolia. Sources say that the origin of wine is somewhere between Armenia and Caucasia. This is the indicated location. Although wine and grapes might not be very popular in Turkey, they have been used for ages. We, as Vinkara, wanted to contribute to this history by adding a small brick. I acknowledged and was convinced that all the essential resources were available at the vineyard.