Château Cana

Les Cabires White Blend 2019

Interesting combination of Chardonnay and Lebanon’s native grape Meessassi from the Lamartine valley — 14 days ago

Chateau Oumsiyat

Cuvee Membliarus Assyrtiko 2017

Lebanese Assyrtiko fresh and crisp 👌🏼👌🏼 — a day ago

Château Musar

Hochar Père & Fils Bekaa Valley Red Blend 2017

Always up for MUSAR! — 17 days ago

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Château Ksara

Sunset Bekaa Valley Syrah Cabernet Franc Rosé 2019

Very crisp and mineral - far more than I had expected of it at this price point. — a month ago

Château Musar

Bekaa Valley Red Blend 2003

This 2003 is spot on Musar now. Cinnamon, spicy, dried fruit. Great! — 10 days ago

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Altitudes IXSIR Rouge Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2016

This amazing blend is black cherry in color with subtle hues of amethyst. The bouquet is full of blackberries, currants and vanilla. A dash of oak with plenty of blackcurrants and ripe blackberries to boot! Smooth on the take with a complex finish! A must have!! — 23 days ago

Château Ksara

Cuvée Spéciale Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Different, and not in a bad way! — 15 days ago

Domaine des Tourelles

Rosé Bekaa Valley 2020

Alder Yarrow

We should all be drinking more Lebanese wine. Their economy could use the help in general, and the wine industry specifically. This is an interesting wine, made from old vines (70+) and a mix of Syrah, Tempranillo, and Cinsault. The Tempranillo and Cinsault are direct-pressed and see no skin contact, while the Syrah macerated for a couple of days. It’s got a wonderful smoked orange peel and clove character mixed with cherry and dried green herbs. Excellent acidity and length. Domaine des Tourelles has been making wine in the Bekaa valley since 1868, and is still owned by the Brun family who founded it. — 22 days ago

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Château Musar

Musar Jeune Blanc White Blend

Dry and light, perfect for a spicy dinner. — 8 days ago

Château Musar

Bekaa Valley Rosé Blend 2016

My first experience with one of Musar’s Rosés and I’ve got to say that it reminds me a lot of their Blanc but with a kiss of red fruit…which, in a sense, is exactly how this wine is made. Popped and poured; consumed over two hours. Served just a touch below cellar temp but it warmed in the glass. The wine presents as a sort of pale copper color. On the nose, a rather fascinating array of fruit including strawberry, watermelon, bing cherry, grapefruit, and generic tropical fruit. On the palate, I’m reminded more of Rainier cherries with kiwi, lemon, lanolin and almond skin. A rather fabulous body with wonderful texture…not too unlike LdH’s Tondonia Rosado, actually. Medium- tannin and medium+ acid. The finish is long and satisfying. No doubt, this is a very nerdy rosé and one that I look forward to experiencing more often! FWIW, Delectable misidentifies this as a blend of Chardonnay, Semillon and Cinsault when in fact this is Obaideh, Merwah and Cinsault. — a month ago

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