There are no tastings at the Talay showroom, alas, but it’s possible to purchase bottles of wine. If the store isn’t open, ring the bell at its şarapçılık (wine cellar) opposite – there’s a barrel in the street between the two.
The island's best-known winery, owned by Turkish architect Reşit Soley, is a short drive from Merkez, on the road to Akvaryum Beach. A stylish on-site cafeteria sells food such as cheese plates and mezes, along with glasses and bottles of
The first Turkish-owned winery to be founded on the island (in 1925), Yunatcılar markets its wines under the Çamlıbağ label. Its quaffable vintages of local varietals, including Kuntra and Karalahna, can be tasted at this showroom near
Cumhuriyet, Asmalı Fırın Sk. No : 19, 17680 Bozcaada/Çanakkale
Opened in 2015, this designer B&B in the Turkish quarter near the castle offers five rooms with white walls, minimal furniture and pretty but cramped tiled bathrooms. Breakfast is served on the attractive front