Çeşme is a coastal town located in the western part of Turkey, famous for its beaches, thermal springs, and historical sites. The history of wine production in Çeşme dates back to ancient times.The area was inhabited by the ancient Greeks, who introduced wine cultivation to the region. The vineyards of Çeşme were known for their high-quality grapes and wine production, which were exported to other parts of the Mediterranean. Today, Çeşme is home to several boutique wineries that produce award-winning wines.