Château Kefraya

Château Kefraya

Bekaa Valley Red Blend

(too) well balanced red. Perfect for a lunch to talk about mideast politics — 10 days ago

Château Kefraya

Comte De M Bekaa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Syrah 2010

Nose of permanent marker, a bit of winegum and lots of amarene cherry. Bouquet opens up to me with more amerene cherry, dark chocolate and slightly fermented prunes. Although the wine smells alcoholic, it certainly doesn’t taste so. Light tannins, a bit dry but not to my dislike. Flavors progress into some rosemary, leather and fresh tobacco. Ends with lovely cherry kernel. — 6 months ago

Coteaux du Liban

Chateau Red Blend 2007

2007 vintage. Blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot. Take your time or decant, as these wines open up beautifully with air. After an hour in the glass, this 2007 seems to be in a perfect place today. Amarena cherries, cedar wood, herbs and dark chocolate, all balanced by fresh acidity. Could be mistaken for California. Superior to the Château Kefraya 2007, because of the quality of the tannins. Abv. 13 %. Incredible value at 20 euros. Too bad I could only get one bottle of this. Note: this wine is only produced in the best vintages: 2004, 2007 and 2010. The next vintages, yet to be released, will be 2015 and 2017. — 2 months ago

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Château Kefraya

La Cuvée de Manon Lescaut Blanc de Blancs 2011

Fantastic Lebanese chardonnay at client dinner. — 4 years ago

Cave Kouroum

Grand Vin du Kefraya Syrah Cabernet Sauvignon 2005

First Lebanese wine — 6 years ago

Laraine Bennett
with Laraine
Beth Moschetto

Beth Moschetto

Where did you get this wine?
Art Bennett

Art Bennett

In Lebanon. Actually at Cork & Fork in Gainesville, VA

Château Kefraya

Les Bretèches Bekaa Valley Red Blend

Like a Chilean wine with a sweet touch at the end! — 4 years ago

Château Kefraya

La Cuvée d'Ondine Bekaa Valley Blanc de Blancs 2014

The range was not great. With the chicken and sausage jambalaya it was great, but did not do well with the salad. Blame the Muscat, not the Viognier or Chardonnay. #lebanonwine @kefraya — 5 years ago