Château Musar

Château Musar

Bekaa Valley Red Blend 2000

4h decanting, fully opened up after a few more minutes in the glass. Lively and at a great point but has potential for another 5 y. of aging. Black tea, tar, dry red berries and spices — 8 days ago

Château Musar

Gaston Hochar Pere et fils 2001

Great red with finesse and complexity — 2 months ago

Château Musar

Cuvée Rouge Red Blend 2000

Amazing stuff. Cinnamon, ripe orange, cloves, barnyard, ultra smooth, almost Pinot Noir like. Long and velvety, balsamico and strawberry, black tea, a touch of leather and funk. WOTN. — 2 months ago

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Château Musar

Musar Jeune Cinsault Rosé

Funky, fruity and delicious. Dry and medium bodied. — 4 months ago

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Château Musar

Gaston Hochar Grand Cru Red Blend 2008

Tobacco, rolled cigar, stewed cherry, warm spice. Drinks like a Bordeaux 4 times the price. Extraordinary, silky, perfectly balanced. — 9 days ago

Bodega Weinert

Mendoza Malbec 2010

Really, really savory and tasty. I can see why some call this the Chateau Musar or South America. Nothing like a normal Malbec...nor is it particularly similar to Cahors. It’s in a league of its own.

Body: Medium+
Acidity: Medium-
Tannin: Medium+
Typicity: Low

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— a month ago

Château Musar

Musar Jeune Rouge Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2013

Better than expected. Over preforming entry-level wine — 3 months ago

Château Musar

Bekaa Valley Obaideh Merwah 1998

Cigar box, spicy nose, spice, light meaty umami on the palate. Short flash of 85% chocolate — 23 days ago

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Château Musar

Hochar Père & Fils Bekaa Valley Red Blend 2001

Red fruits, earthy, integrated fine tannins. Perfect compliment to Langdon’s rare tuna and center cut filet. — a month ago

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Sandlands

Lodi Red Table Wine Red Blend 2018

Let me start with a disclaimer: I’m a massive fan of Chateau Musar and a big fan of Tegan’s work with his Sandlands wines. I’m a buyer for both each and every year. So when I learned that he had modeled the 2018 “Red Table Wine” after the wines from Musar, I was like, “Abso-effing-lutely”!! A few nights ago, I couldn’t resist pulling the cork on one to give it the old college try (it is so young after all). I’m happy to report that the wine is tasty and does remind me a bit of Musar, even though the blend uses Zinfandel instead of Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s quite reticent at this stage and it evolved at a glacial pace over four days. A mix of dark and red fruits with exotic spices, red rope licorice and coffee. As typical of Sandlands wines, this gained weight with air and the higher acid gives it a lot of energy. Today, I think these drink best with a meal. I intend to hold my remaining bottle for at least a few years. Equal parts Cinsault (Bechthold Vineyard 1886), Carignane (Spenker Ranch 1900) and Zinfandel (Kirschenmann Vineyard 1915). — 3 months ago

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