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Chateau Musar (U.K.) Ltd.

East Wing Office, Earsham Hall, NR35 2AN Bungay, Suffolk
Großbritannien und Nordirland
Telefon +44 1508 482733
Fax +44 1508 482729
info@chateaumusar.co.uk

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  • 01  Weine (nach Anbaugebieten)
  • 01.05  Weine aus Asien
  • 01.05.12  Weine aus Libanon

Unsere Produkte

Produktkategorie: Weine aus Libanon

Chateau Musar White 2012

Bekaa Valley - Chateau Musar white wines are truly unique, produced from some of the oldest vineyard sites in the world dating back to 5,000 BC, although it was the Phoenicians, the great maritime race of the Mediterranean, who first ‘introduced’ Lebanese wine to a wider audience. Indigenous ancient grape varieties Obaideh and Merwah, reputedly the ancestors of Chardonnay/Chasselas and Semillon are still cultivated from un-grafted vines on original rootstock. The vineyards on the seaward facing slopes of Mount Lebanon and the foothills of Anti-Lebanon were planted between 50 and 90 years ago and are at 1,200 metres above sea level – few vineyards of this calibre and history remain in the world today. The is a blend produced from 2/3rd Obaideh and 1/3rd Merwah and was fermented and aged partly in oak barrels for 9 months and partly in stainless steel vats, with temperatures ranging between 18 and 22 degrees Celsius. Obaideh is high in natural grape sugars and low in acidity, yielding wine with a creamy texture and flavours of honey and lemons – Merwah is a light skinned grape variety with light citrus and nut flavours, and blended together they make a distinctive white wine with excellent ageing potential.

Herkunft
Lebanon > Bekaa Valley

Rebsorten
66% Obeidy, 34% ----

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Jahrgang
älter als 2013

Geschmacksprofil
trocken

Farbe
Weiß

Weintyp
Stillwein

Hauptrebsorte
Obeidy

Produktkategorie: Weine aus Libanon

Chateau Musar Red 2013



Herkunft
Lebanon > Bekaa Valley

Rebsorten
33% Cinsault, 33% Carignan, 33% Cabernet Sauvignon

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Jahrgang
2013-2015

Geschmacksprofil
trocken

Farbe
Rot

Weintyp
Stillwein

Hauptrebsorte
Cinsault