Lebanese White Wine

Lebanese white wine is increasing in popularity. Produced in the Bekaa valley, which has a nice variety of all the classics including the Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc grapes, white wine from this corner of the Mediterranean will leave you pleasantly surprised.  The honeyed peach and citrus flavours in the Chateau Ksara Chardonnay produces a taste so delightful that you will wonder why you haven’t tried it before and is a great pairing with lobster and caviar, while it is even better with salmon. A country which has been conquered many times over past centuries, Lebanese white wine is well worthy of ruling the wine charts.

Passion and heritage has been passed down through the Bou Sleiman family for four generations. When Joseph Bou Sleiman took over the reins at Château Oumsiyat, he blended respect for local tradition with modern techniques to craft contemporary wines. A passionate vine grower, Joseph also built a modern winery in the village of Mtein, where he creates wines that are a fusion of Old World and New World. The grapes are grown in the 78 hectare vineyard, situated at over 1,000 metres elevation in the beautiful Bekaa Valley, between Mount Lebanon to the west and the Anti-Lebanon Mountains to the east. The altitude, microclimate and soils combine in this ancient terroir to produce fresh wines with a very Mediterranean “feel.”

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