2017 vintage. Made from 70 years old Cinsault vines in the Bekaa Valley. Fermented in concrete tanks using wild yeasts. Very attractive floral nose. Bright red fruit and subtle spices. Refreshing acidity makes the alcohol (14 % abv) go unnoticed. Uncomplicated and delightful, highly recommended. — 7 days ago
Yep you saw that price tag correctly 😱!! My favorite wine stop in Iowa City decided these were not moving! So I ever so graciously took the last three off of his hands!
@David T I was slightly concerned...no temp/climate control..just sitting on the shelf (thoughts?). Chance it I did and nothing off with this Tempier!
Delicious as always previous notes apply!
Lucky I am! 👍😁🤷♂️ — 19 hours ago
Murky cranberry bog drinks like hibiscus tea with peppery zest — 10 days ago
We live this wine. Not often a store tasting works on me but had never seen the grape bottled solo and loved it. Highly recommend. — 2 months ago
Such a beautiful wine! Fruit, eucalyptus, sooo good — 9 days ago
flower bomb wow — 11 days ago
A couple of months ago I ordered a bottle of Lebanese wine at a local wine bar. After reviewing it, the owner of the winery got in contact with me. He decided to fly down to Orlando to meet with me, and brought a couple of nice bottles for us to drink.
The first one is a GSM blend that shows black and red fruits, wood, earth, vegetables, tobacco leaf, spices, wet leaves, black tea, dark coffee and peppercorn.
Dry on the palate with medium acidity.
Nice length on the finish with fine grained tannins and tangy raspberries.
Needs 45 minutes to open up properly, and show the tannins.
A blend of 55% Grenache, 30% Mourvedre and 15% Syrah. Aged in French oak barrels for 18 months.
14.5% alcohol by volume.
90 points. — 10 days ago