Lebanese wine, will give you warm feeling of Lebanese vineyards. The wine making process was well developed in Phoenician time over 8ooo years The wine making knowledge is still used in modern-day Lebanon and quality is internationally recognised.
AT MASSAYA WE HAVE APPLIED OUR MODERN EXPERTISE TO A CENTURIES OLD HERITAGE TO MAKE WINES AND ARAK THAT ARE ADMIRED AROUND THE WORLD.
Château Ksara Estate lives and grows through the core values of Tradition, Nobility, and Modernity. And as the country’s oldest winery, and continue leading the winemaking in Lebanon for generations to come.
Arak has a beguiling aniseed flavour and freshness that cleans the palate and aids digestion. It is often served as an aperitif and then as the perfect accompaniment to classic selections of mezze, the array of tasty dishes with contrasting flavours that is the starting point for many lunchtime or evening meals. Arak works particularly well with the mezze melange that will include olives, spices, meat and cheese – flavours that are sometimes harder to match with wine.
The Terroir Kefraya vineyard spreads over 300 hectares of terraced slopes, 1000 meters above the Mediterranean Sea, on the foothills of Mount Barouk in the Bekaa Valley.
Clay-limestone, clay-chalk as well as sandy and gravelly soils compose a real mosaic of terroirs. The vines enjoy an exceptional sun exposure with no irrigation. They are mainly trellised with a planting density of 4000 vines per hectare and an average yield limited to 35 hectoliters per hectare.
Chateau Musar was the first producer in Lebanon to achieve organic certification for its vineyards in 2006,
Flanked by snow-covered
mountains, and nestled at 1000m (3,000 feet) above sea level, the serenely beautiful Bekaa Valley is blessed with 300 days of sunshine a year,
In the winery, ambient yeasts do the work of fermentation. The bare minimum of sulphur is used and the Chateau Musar Red wines are neither fined nor filtered.
Balanced and fresh on the palate, with muscat notes mixed with exotic flavours of apricot and fresh mango
This wine seduces with its finesse, elegance and floral aroma. On the palate, it is soft, fresh with a long finish.
Crisp and aromatic, this eclectic blend of French and Sicilian varieties has its own
distinctive personality with passion fruits, apples, elderflower, figs and pears and
a dry refreshing finish. Fresh and zingy.
Clairette,Sauvignon Blanc fresh and herbaceous with a long clean finish.
A blend of Rhone varieties Cinsault and Syrah from organic vineyards. Rich characters of blackcurrants, cherries, raspberries with a hint of eastern spice.
Generous, light and easy to drink. Supple in the mouth with a fresh and fruity finish.
Intense deep purple. The nose is clear with powerful gamey aroma, and hints of sandalwood. Deliciously full bodied.
With a finely -spiced nose of blackcurrant and cherry, it reveals the silky tannins
and generous red fruits flavours of the Lebanese Cinsaut mythic grape.
A nose saturated with Mediterranean character and exuberant aromas of
ripe fruits and spices. Its concentrated, palate has a fine tannin texture
and attractive lively black fruits.
Dense and richly-textured, with intense ‘baked fruit’ characters: plums, damsons
cranberries, cherries, figs and dates. A mix of Bordeaux grape Cabernet
Sauvignon, Cinsault and Carignan.
A beautiful strawberry hue with aromatic notes reminiscent of raspberries, summer stone fruit and
subtle spice. Elegant and round on the palate
An elegant and crisp wine with the aroma of ripe berries and a hint of spiciness.
With its intense pink colour, this rosé starts with a firm round flavour and finishes
on a fresh vivid note
Per glass 175 ml / Bottle
£4.75 Bottle £19
£4.75 Bottle £19
Traditional Lebanese anise-flavoured distilled alcoholic beverage served with
water and ice