Château Belle Vue

La Renaissance Bhamdoun Red Blend 2012

Really nice wine with great balance. Flint, dark fruits, some cocoa, but drinks lighter than I was expecting. Lovely. — 7 days ago

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Domaine des Tourelles

Rosé Bekaa Valley 2021

Really nice rose. Dry, crisp, cherry flavor. — a month ago

A Smar Jbeil

Atibaia Red Blend

Sunset Faqra — 2 months ago


Cap Est Beqaa Valley Red Blend 2018

Light and silky, powerful flavors. — 3 months ago

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Château Musar

Hochar Père & Fils Bekaa Valley Red Blend 2009

Sitting on the precipice of primary and tertiary. Still has bright fruit notes with high acidity and just enough tannins that it would still pair well with food. But it also has forest floor, mossy stone, leather, cigar box. It will probably age longer knowing Mussar, but this wine has definitely hit its stride and is absolutely singing right now. — a month ago

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Raina Fraley

It’s still good!
Paired with Turkish food.

Château Musar

Gaston Hochar Grand Cru Red Blend 1998

Tart red berry fruits with some earthy funk showing notes of cinnamon, cardamon, menthol spices & fresh cut flowers. — 2 months ago

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Château Musar

Bekaa Valley White Blend 2010

2010 | White Blend
(Obaideh & Merwah)

2023 independence Day Party 🇺🇲 with several members of our Tastevin crew and extended friends.🍷 Proof that our palates are wider than Burgundy. Notes may be light, scores will be honest.
— 3 months ago

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Château Kefraya

Bekaa Valley Red Blend 2017

I like it! — 21 days ago

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Domaine des Tourelles

Grande Cuvée Syrah du Liban 2016

Plum, tobacco, old man at sea — a month ago

Château Musar

Bekaa Valley Red Blend 2000

Popped and poured; no formal notes. The 2000 Chateau Musar Grand Vin Rouge pours a deep, slightly hazy garnet color with some signs of sediment. On the nose, this is drop dead gorgeous with all the vibes I would come to expect from a 20+ year old Musar. Clearly a vinous wine with a wonderful mix of red and dark fruit; mostly ripe while some dried fruits are beginning to appear. Earthy characteristics were also playing a strong supporting role along with sweet pipe tobacco, leather, some red and purple flowers, some green herbs, exotic spices and there was a touch of brettanomyces but nothing out of control. On the palate, the wine was quite spry with ample structure still; firm tanning and lovely acid. The finish was long and simply to die for. Musar's Grand Vin Rouge is often compared to some of the great wines from Bordeaux however, I have traditionally eschewed this comparison as I have found these wines to be almost singular. That being said, this bottle was far and away the most relatable to Bordeaux that I have so far experienced. It should also be noted that this bottle came to me ex-chateau a couple of years back and provenance likely had something to do with the strength of this showing. It was a fabulous pairing with grilled lamb chops and fattoush. Based off this experience, I expect well stored examples to drink well for at least another decade and likely, longer than that. — 2 months ago

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