Château Kefraya

Les Coteaux Red Blend

8.932 ratings
8.92 pro ratings
Bekaa Valley, Lebanon
Red Blend
Top Notes For
Stefan Dolhain

2016 vintage. Back label states Syrah and Marselan, website says also Cabernet Franc, so not sure about the Cabernet Franc. Altitude 100 meters. Named after the first Kefraya wine (1979), this is a highly seductive wine, with ripe slightly jammy black cherries and spices, more Southern than Northern Rhône Syrah in style. What it lacks in complexity it makes up in charm. Great value at less than 13 euro.

2016 vintage. Back label states Syrah and Marselan, website says also Cabernet Franc, so not sure about the Cabernet Franc. Altitude 100 meters. Named after the first Kefraya wine (1979), this is a highly seductive wine, with ripe slightly jammy black cherries and spices, more Southern than Northern Rhône Syrah in style. What it lacks in complexity it makes up in charm. Great value at less than 13 euro.

Jun 13th, 2020
Heather Rostker

Nice surprise in our Lebanese Taverna dinner. Quite a nice blend. May pick some more up next time I’m at the LT Market.

Nice surprise in our Lebanese Taverna dinner. Quite a nice blend. May pick some more up next time I’m at the LT Market.

Apr 20th, 2022
Christina

Very smooth!

Very smooth!

Feb 2nd, 2020
Amy Williams

Les amis

Les amis

Oct 5th, 2019
Emily Crutcher

A full bodied red blend (Cabernet France, Syrah, Cinsault, etc.), which held up to the Middle Eastern spices. An excellent bottle for under $20!

A full bodied red blend (Cabernet France, Syrah, Cinsault, etc.), which held up to the Middle Eastern spices. An excellent bottle for under $20!

Aug 23rd, 2019
Pooneet K

It’s no Musar but this is a nice wine from the Bekaa Valley. Mix of Syrah, Marselan, Cinsault, etc. Deep red in the glass. Well balanced, tannins a bit chewy and the oak pokes the slightest bit. But good purple fruit and a nice finish with decent acid. Good pairing with food at Zahav in Philly.

It’s no Musar but this is a nice wine from the Bekaa Valley. Mix of Syrah, Marselan, Cinsault, etc. Deep red in the glass. Well balanced, tannins a bit chewy and the oak pokes the slightest bit. But good purple fruit and a nice finish with decent acid. Good pairing with food at Zahav in Philly.

Sep 12th, 2018
Meltem Saglam

2014

Dec 31st, 2017
Hugo Brändström

Great structure with long-lastning tannins. Oak, dark berries.

Great structure with long-lastning tannins. Oak, dark berries.

Oct 22nd, 2017
nathan Sundberg

Dry AF, awesome & complex

Dry AF, awesome & complex

Sep 20th, 2017
Elizabeth Pearson

Mineral with depth. Excellent with lamb.

Mineral with depth. Excellent with lamb.

Apr 8th, 2017