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Mersel strives to make unique wines in Lebanon. They work with oftne overlooked grapes in the region and work to recultivate indigenous grape varieites. They work with two parcels, one in the high altitude Bekaa Valley with its clay-limestone soils and the other in Bsharri with its volcanic, limestone and sandy soils. Both sites are more continental leaning into alplne due to their altitude. The Leb Nat Red is 100% Cinsault. Made all natural, no fining nor filtration and no sulfites added. *Natural Wine* *No sulfites added*
Price: $26.99

At 1200 meters high, located between the Mount-Lebanon mountains, and the magnificent Bekaa Valley, Domaine de Baal has been prospering since the first plantations in 1994. In 2006, after spending many years in Saint-Emilion, Sebastien Khoury the owner and winemaker of Domaine de Baal, came back to Lebanon and started building the winery and made the first vintage of the estate. The Domaine wine is a blend of 40% Cabernet Franc, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon and 20% Syrah. The wine is fermented with native yeasts and ages for 16 to 18 months in a mix of new an...
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Château Musar is Lebanon's most famous producer. The winery does not make rosé every vintage, because the winemaker (the late Serge Hochar) sought very specific characteristics from the grapes he uses to create a fine, delicate and elegant rosé. The wine is composed of the indigenous Lebanese grapes Obaideh (55-65%) and Merwah (30-40%), thought to be ancestors of Chardonnay and Semillon, and a small amout of Cinsault.
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90 points Vinous: "The 2017 Château Musar has a perfumed bouquet with well-defined plummy red fruit, fireside embers and pressed flower scents. A hint of VA in the background gives the aromatics a welcome kick. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins and well-judged acidity, harmonious, not powerful, yet full of flavor. A pleasing bitterness surfaces towards the finish, with moderate persistence and a residual white pepper tang lingering in the mouth. Very nice. (NM) " (04/2023) K&L Notes: Though Middle-Eastern wine is something of a novelty her...
Price: $62.99

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