The white grape variety comes from the Turkey
, Synonyms are Altintas and Anadolu Yapincagi. It is located on the Turkish island of Bozcaada in the northeast Aegean
grown in the Thracian Sea. This is located four nautical miles from the port of Yükyeri on the Anatolian mainland. Of the antiquity
Ténedos was an important port at the entrance of the Dardanelles until the early modern period. At least since the 6th century BC. There is evidence of viticulture on the island. After the Greek-Turkish war in 1922/1923 it became too Greece
awarded counting island of Turkey. The medium-ripening vine produces fine, acidic white wines with aromas of citrus, cloves and orange peel oxidation
tend. In 2010 four hectares of vineyards were shown.